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Carlsbad’s ViaSat Inc. (Nasdaq: VSAT) has won an excellence in avionics award for its technology that allows commercial airline passengers to receive in-flight Wi-Fi services.


Startup companies need to protect their intellectual property in the early going, but often don't have the funds to hire legal counsel to help them file a patent.

Despite rising competition and pressure from some investors, Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM) does not plan to spin off its chip business, Executive Chairman Paul Jacobs told Reuters on Tuesday.


The City of Temecula’s Temecula Valley Entrepreneurs Exchange (TVE2) is pleased to announce the following events scheduled for July 2015. Additional event information and registration details can be found at the TVE2 website events calendar http://tve2.org/news-and-events/calendar/.

Homeland Security personnel ran a test a few weeks ago to determine how effective the screening is at U.S. airports. The results were dismal. The Transportation Security Administration failed to detect fake guns, bomb parts, and explosives in 67 out of the 70 attempts, failing 95 percent of the time.

Carlsbad’s ViaSat Inc. (Nasdaq: VSAT), a specialist in broadband and communication technologies and services, on Monday unveiled new enhancements to its government security services and products during a conference in Washington, D.C., sponsored by the National Security Agency.

An influential Wall Street analyst on Monday downgraded his rating on San Diego’s Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM) from “hold” to “sell” due to rising competition among chipset producers, which he thinks could set the stage for lower royalties to Qualcomm.

Large biotech and life sciences companies sought out partnerships for research and development, while acquisitions and consolidation have become the trend du jour in the semiconductor industry.


Orca Maritime uses innovative technology to provide its clients with underwater data and images.

A former Qualcomm Inc. executive was sentenced to 18 months in prison for using insider information to make about $1 million from stock trades in 2010 and 2011.

San Diego-based SupraMed announced that entrepreneurs and tech executives Tom Clancy and Steve Nye have joined its board of directors.

Business and professional groups have a shortened week of activities because of the Fourth of July weekend.

BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair was awarded contract modifications for work on two destroyers.

A DJO Global subsidiary has entered into an agreement with Zimmer Holdings Inc. to purchase products to help it invest in the fast-growing implant business.


Connect released its 2014 Innovation Report on Wednesday — on the heels of San Diego Startup Week — highlighting what many in the field already knew: The startup scene is booming in number, investment, acquisition and diversity.

Aethlon Medical Inc., a San Diego-based company that creates biofiltration devices to treat life-threatening diseases, has entered into a definitive $6 million stock purchase agreement.

Finavera Wind Energy Inc. has closed its acquisition of San Diego-based Solar Alliance of America, a solar sales and marketing firm.

Ankasa Regenerative Therapeutics Inc. has received $8.5 million in the first tranche of a $17 million Series A round of financing led by La Jolla-based Avalon Ventures.


Former Navy Air Boss Vice Adm. David Buss is returning to San Diego to serve as vice president and deputy to the president of Cubic Global Defense.

Under a directive from the Office of Naval Research, San Diego’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SPAWAR) opened its Battlespace Exploitation of Mixed Reality lab in January, focusing on virtual and mixed reality trainers.

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