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Cubic Corp. said its transportation business won a $7.6 million contract to deliver a trial of “open loop” payments ticketing technology for the mass transit system in Sydney, Australia.
Two San Diego startups won the final round of San Diego Venture Group’s PitchFest competition: technology upstart Lymber and biotech Sun Genomics.
The Qualcomm Foundation-sponsored Tricorder X Prize competition is down to two finalists: a company from Pennsylvania and a company from Taiwan.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. said Dec. 13 that it has appointed Kevin Walden as its chief information officer. Walden, who will continue to work at the company’s University City headquarters, has been acting CIO since earlier this year. He was previously chief technology officer at High Technology Solutions Inc., a defense contractor that Kratos bought in 2004.
San Diego startup Empyr, which runs an online-to-offline ad marketing platform, has partnered with review website Yelp to allow the businesses listed on the site to offer users cash back discounts on in-store purchases.
A mostly unknown little startup in Oceanside named Aequor Inc. has reached the final round of a NASA competition to find technology that will help support life in space.
San Diego Venture Group has really upped its game this year, rolling out yet another program to siphon Silicon Valley goods for San Diego companies.
A San Diego company’s idea for a cooking stove that generates up to 10 watts of household electricity while producing only minimal emissions has won a $100,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Qualcomm Inc. said it plans to collaborate with Google on the Android Things operating system, which Google announced on Dec. 13.
Popular app maker Evernote is opening an engineering office in San Diego.
Local cybersecurity startup FHOOSH has raised $2 million in a venture round led by Miami-based investment group Volta Global.
A pilot program funded by a subsidiary of San Diego-based Sempra Energy is producing hydrogen from excess renewable energy then using the gas for heating and other purposes.
Fifteen percent of San Diego-area technology executives surveyed recently expect to expand their IT teams in the first half of 2017, according to the latest report from Robert Half Technology, a technology recruitment firm that tracks IT hiring activity in the U.S.
Engineers with Qualcomm Inc. and Microsoft Corp. are at work on a new type of computer that will run the Windows 10 operating system on the San Diego company’s next generation Snapdragon processor.
LRAD Corp., which makes a unique sort of loudspeaker for militaries and governments, reported a net loss of $1.3 million, or 4 cents per share, on revenue of $16.4 million in its 2016 fiscal year, which ended on Sept. 30.