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Allan Camaisa, a local serial entrepreneur, was named chief executive officer of Parallel 6, a mobile technology company based in San Diego.
MediaTek Inc., the wireless communications chip maker based in Taiwan, celebrated the opening of its San Diego office with a party and a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 24.
Overland Storage, the San Diego data storage systems provider that entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by a Canadian software company earlier this year, reported fiscal 2014 fourth quarter revenue of $24.2 million, up 101 percent from the like quarter of the prior fiscal year.
Qualcomm Inc. is onboard the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, according to several specialty publications.
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Phil Sprague has seen his share of liars in his career, having worked as a police officer and a criminal investigator.
Move over, Google Glass. A San Francisco-based company called ODG announced Sept. 18 that it plans to sell smart glasses powered by a high-end Snapdragon chip and Vuforia software, both from Qualcomm Inc.
Legend3D Inc., the Carlsbad company that converts two dimensional films to three-dimensional formats for movie studios, said founder, chief technical officer and chief creative officer Barry Sandrew left the company “to focus on entrepreneurial endeavors.”
PowerGenix, a San Diego developer and maker of nickel-zinc rechargeable batteries, entered into an agreement to sell an undisclosed equity stake to Nevada-based Blue Earth Inc. for $10 million, the latter firm announced.
San Diego chipmaker Entropic Communications Inc. said on Sept. 16 that it hired an investment bank to help it evaluate “strategic options to enhance shareholder value.”
AT&T said it expanded its U-verse customer base in the San Diego region by about 4,200 in July, part of an increase of 187,000 customers nationwide during the same month.
RF Industries Ltd., a San Diego-based maker and distributor of wireless cable assemblies, reported fiscal 2014 third quarter sales of $5.5 million, down from $9.4 million in sales for the like quarter of 2013.
SmartDrive Systems, a San Diego provider of video recording systems aimed at helping to improve vehicle fleet driver performance, said it relocated to larger headquarters offices in Sorrento Valley.
Electric vehicles are making inroads on local roads.
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Sorrento Valley-based Achates Power Inc. told U.S. securities regulators in a Sept. 5 filing that it was issuing $21.2 million in stock.