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Qualcomm Labs unveils first companies for funding through new initiative

Qualcomm Labs Inc., a wholly owned incubator subsidiary of Qualcomm Technologies Inc. announced Thursday the first set of companies to be funded as part of the QualcommLabs@EvoNexus initiative.

Launched in May 2012, QualcommLabs@EvoNexus is a Qualcomm Labs-sponsored incubation program operating within the walls of the CommNexus incubator, EvoNexus. The first set of companies from the initiative includes Arynga Inc., FatSkunk Inc., and Breadcrumbs Inc.

Arynga is headquartered in San Diego as a software solutions and services company focused on the management of connected assets in transportation, travel, hospitality, and energy and consumer electronics. It will receive $250,000 in funding.

FatSkunk, also slated for $250,000 in funding, was founded in Silicon Valley and is establishing a headquarters in San Diego. It offers solutions for mobile malware detection that use physics instead of conventional heuristics or signatures.

Receiving $50,000 in funding, Breadcrumbs is headquartered in San Diego and is a mobile app for Android and iOS devices that provides an automatic timeline of a user's day, using the phone's built-in sensors.

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