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This month, the Federal Circuit denied a petition for rehearing en banc of its decisions in In re Cuozzo Speed Technologies LLC. In In re Cuozzo, the Federal Circuit addressed issues arising in inter parties review (IPR) proceedings, which were established by the America Invents Act.

Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) and BRUSA Elektronik AG announced Wednesday they have entered into a wireless electric vehicle charging (WEVC) patent license agreement.

At a time when Qualcomm has announced a proposed cutback of as many as 4,700 jobs, the chipmaker has decided to sell one local building for $105 million to improve its bottom line.

Qualcomm Inc., the world’s largest maker of chips for mobile phones, won’t sit on the sidelines as rivals get larger, according to its CEO.

Fitbit is starting to recruit engineers for a new engineering-focused office it plans to open in San Diego, potentially marking the company’s expansion into 10 cities worldwide.

Qualcomm Technologies Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) has engineered a solution to allow wireless charging for devices with metal exteriors.

Cyberattacks constantly generate headlines.

Connect has extended the deadline to nominate companies for its annual Most Innovative New Products Awards. Nominations were set to close July 27, but the window has been extended to Aug. 3.

The auto industry has strived to build technology into its cars to manage navigation, the phone and entertainment. Most in-car systems in use now are designed in-house or by large original equipment manufacturer suppliers to the industry, such as Denso.

Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center offers the following events in August 2015.

Business and professional groups have planned a range of activities this week.

Two local companies — one small, one large — were awarded Department of Defense contracts this week worth a combined $68 million.

ServiceNow never reached the level of name recognition in San Diego that Illumina, Taylor Guitars or Life Technologies (now a Thermo Fisher Scientific brand) can claim.

Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE: LLY) is expanding its Lilly Biotechnology Center in San Diego, effectively doubling its research presence here as it seeks to develop new collaborations in drug research and development.

Lpath Inc. (Nasdaq: LPTN) reported that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration completed its review of the investigational new drug application for Lpathomab, and the Phase 1 clinical trial to study Lpathomab may now be initiated.

GE (NYSE:GE) and the NFL announced the six winners of the up to $10 million Head Health Challenge I, and San Diego-based Banyan Biomarkers made the cut. Banyan is developing a point-of-care blood test to rapidly detect the presence of mild and moderate brain trauma to improve the medical management of head injured patients.

Vint Cerf, the “father of the Internet” and chief Internet evangelist at Google (Nasdaq: GOOG), stopped by the University of California San Diego on Tuesday to share his insight into the economic evolution of the Internet, existing challenges facing the Internet infrastructure and new advances on the horizon.

Qualcomm Inc., seeking to appease investors after posting its worst sales decline since 2009, said it will cut its workforce by 15 percent and review strategic alternatives, including a breakup of its business, as competition stiffens in the smartphone-chip market.

Under pressure from a Wall Street hedge fund, San Diego wireless giant Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM) announced plans to lay off as many as 4,700 workers, cut costs by $1.4 billion and evaluate whether to split itself into two companies: a microchip maker and an intellectual property licensing business.

Franklin Wireless Corp. (OTCQB: FKWL), a San Diego-based broadband data communications company, launched its Bus Information System in Rwanda.

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