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The reality is the consumer desire for ever faster and more functionality makes security a secondary priority. Most mobile devices have very little security, making them an easy target for hackers.

Big data is the name given to the masses of information gleaned in today’s digital world, including many of our own activities. Whether we make a call, visit the Internet or make a purchase, these activities are generating digital information at enormous rates.

LifeProof announced it has been named the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) official mobile accessory partner to support their shared goals of freedom and mobility.


First Advantage, a provider of screening analytics and identity solutions, debuted its new Resident Screening "Easy Apply" solution at the National Apartment Association Educational Conference & Exposition in San Diego.


San Diego will host its seventh Startup Weekend starting June 21, an event bringing together entrepreneurs, designers, developers and startup enthusiasts to participate in 54 hours of taking innovative business ideas from concept to launch.


SpectraScience Inc. said its WavSTAT4 Optical Biopsy System is being demonstrated at the 31st annual Gastroenterology and Endotherapy European Workshop (GEEW).


Microsoft Corp., seeking to break into the market for tablet computers, will update its Surface RT using chips from Qualcomm Inc., people with knowledge of the company’s plans said.

San Diego-based Proximal Data announced a strategic partnership with TriAxis Storage Solutions Inc., a provider of data storage software and hardware products and services.

SGB Inc. (SG Biofuels), an energy crop company delivering high performance bioenergy solutions for the renewable fuel and chemicals markets, identified fungal rust-resistant hybrids of Jatropha curcas through its global network of field trials.


Temecula, branded as Southern California Wine Country, has award winning schools, higher educational opportunities, vast array of parks and trails, diverse shopping/dining options and beautiful residential communities.

Disney’s Infinity -- a new gaming platform that took center stage around a Cinderella castle at the E3 Expo last week -- relied on a small San Diego-based team to help bring the concept to life.

It's game over for a handful of Zynga Inc. employees in San Diego County, just about one year after the local team released the wildly successful game "Bubble Safari."

For the past several months I’ve been trying out Microsoft’s Surface Pro, a tablet and computer in one that runs a new version of the Windows operating system, plus all Windows applications.

Land O’Lakes received a 2013 CIO 100 Award for its use of San Diego-based ServiceNow's software-as-a-service to improve the IT service delivery experience for its internal and external customers.


Ice chips flew when chainsaw-wielding women in heels opened Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2013 awards Thursday in San Diego with the sculpting of the E&Y logo out of ice blocks.

The last week of spring is filled with events, ranging from a boat show, an educational program, and conferences. Feel free to partake in one or all before things really heat up.

Information is power, and pairing data with technologies is the secret to transforming the health care system for the better.

TriTech Software Systems, a developer of computer software for the public safety sector, is reporting a year-to-date record for the number of sales contracts signed and systems brought online.


The Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year (EOY) awards program is the premier mark of world-class individuals leading world-class companies. It is a competitive award with an independently-governed judging panel and a precise due diligence process that positions it above all others. It recognizes leaders who are driving successful, innovative businesses and celebrates their exemplary performance.

Fresh out of college, Kim Reed Perell entered the tech industry in 1999, just before the tech bubble burst. Unemployed before her career really began, Perell learned not to believe the hype prevalent in the tech industry, and instead to focus on the actual financial health of an organization and its bottom line.

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