Technology News Archive

Enter a date to view that day's archives:

Showing 1-20 of 659 stories from the past year.

San Diego-based Novatel Wireless and Server Corner Globaltech (SCG), an IT solutions provider in the Middle East, announced a strategic distribution agreement that will expand the footprint of both companies in the Middle East.

U.S. Cellular (NYSE: USM) and La Jolla-based Kyocera Communications Inc. have announced that the rugged, IP68-certified dust- and waterproof Kyocera DuraForce phone will be available online and in stores from U.S. Cellular on Friday.

The Temecula Valley Entrepreneurs Exchange (TVE2), the city’s technology incubator and business resources center, is excited to welcome the Temecula Higher Education Center (THE Center) as the newest addition to the facility, at 43200 Business Park Drive.

Proficio, a next-generation managed security service provider (MSSP), opened its new security operations center (SOC) in Carlsbad.

Every decade or so the mobile industry undergoes a major generational upgrade — from 1G in 1980, to 2G, then 3G and up to 4G in 2010. Come 2020, leaders in the field are expecting 5G, though what exactly that is and what it will mean for customers is still being hashed out.

ResMed is a well-regarded San Diego company that makes medical devices to help those with sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea. When I learned the company had developed a sleep monitor for consumer use, it piqued my interest. After all, ResMed probably knows more about sleep disorders than any other products company.

Here are sample messages that the S+ delivered:

Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer announced the appointment of Maksim Pecherskiy as the chief data officer for the city of San Diego.

If you’re going to take cybersecurity tips from someone, it should probably be from this guy: Tim Hamon, the FBI’s senior forensic examiner at San Diego’s Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory.

Qualcomm Inc., the world’s largest maker of mobile-phone chips, said it’s making progress in talks with a Chinese company to resolve an investigation that’s hurting the collection of licensing revenue.

Peregrine Semiconductor Corp. has been accepted as a technical committee member on the Automotive Electronics Council.

Internet Market Inc., a full-services digital marketing agency, has announced a new partnership with Neil Patel -- an analytics expert, serial entrepreneur, inventor, and the co-founder of the analytics companies KISSmetrics and Crazy Egg.

Qualcomm Inc., the world’s largest maker of mobile-phone chips, said it’s making progress in talks with a Chinese customer to resolve an investigation that’s hurting the collection of licensing revenue.

Consumers and those outside the health care system will be the ones to spur change in the "giant blind spot” that exists over the current medical industry, said panelists at an Association for Corporate Growth discussion.

San Diego's Organovo Holdings Inc. (NYSE: ONVO) announced the full commercial release of the exVive3D human liver tissue for preclinical drug discovery testing.

Renova Therapeutics, a San Diego-based biopharmaceutical company developing gene therapy treatments for congestive heart failure, completed its third round of funding, raising $7.52 million through a Series C Preferred Stock financing round.

HedgePath Pharmaceuticals Inc. (OTC: HPPI), a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company with offices in San Diego and Tampa, Fla., filed an investigational new drug (IND) application with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday.

Leaders of the area's top marketing and advertising firms will gather Thursday in the Gaslamp District to lay out plans for turning downtown San Diego into a "digital Madison Avenue," with tech-savvy marketing firms catering to the region's clusters of tech-heavy businesses.

With a double-digit increase in customers making bank transactions on mobile platforms coinciding with high-profile security breaches, U.S. banks — which are far behind other countries in this arena — have come to a crossroads.

Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM), the largest maker of smartphone chips, and Titan Outdoor LLC are among five companies selected by New York City to transform thousands of sidewalk phone booths into free high-speed Internet hotspots.

Subscribe Today!