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Cubic Corp. (NYSE: CUB), as expected by the company, has received notice from the staff of the New York Stock Exchange that Cubic will be listed as a late filer on the NYSE Listing Standards Filing Status page.


Qualcomm Inc., the largest maker of semiconductors used in mobile phones, said it will unveil chips with new capabilities, aiming to keep manufacturers tied to its products as rivals including Intel Corp. upgrade offerings.

The Basis Carbon Steel Edition fitness tracker is one of the latest wearable wrist devices that promise to monitor our activities and motivate us to be more fit. It’s part of a category called wearable technology that’s been generating a huge amount of interest, if not yet huge sales, and one that market analysts predict will become explosive.

San Diego's cloud-based communication service provider Voxox has commercially launched Cloud Phone, its new virtual private branch exchange service.


Sentek Global, a provider of government and commercial technology programs, announced Friday the promotion of Jason Galetti to chief operating officer and Jesse Hamilton to director of sales.

Mitchell International Inc., a provider of technology, connectivity and information solutions to the property and casualty claims and collision repair industries, has acquired Texas-based Fairpay Solutions.


Peter Farrell, founder and executive chairman of ResMed, joined a short and storied list of men on Wednesday, becoming the 12th person inducted into Connect’s Entrepreneur Hall of Fame.

Cubic Corp.'s (NYSE: CUB) board of directors approved a regular semiannual dividend of 12 cents per share, payable on March 14, to shareholders of record on March 3.

BioAtla has licensed exclusive worldwide rights to develop and commercialize its TH22 pathway-directed antibody compound for the treatment of inflammatory bowel diseases and oncologic indications to BioMotiv.


Venture capital funding in 2013 for the life sciences sector, which includes biotechnology and medical devices, declined by 1 percent in dollars invested and 3 percent in number of deals compared to 2012, according to a newPricewaterhouseCoopers US report.

San Diego’s CUSTOpharm Regulatory Services has acquired Aspire eCTD LLC, an electronic common technical document (eCTD) publishing software company.

Ivera Medical Corp. announced that the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California denied a motion for summary judgment filed by Catheter Connections Inc. in Ivera Medical's lawsuit alleging that Catheter Connections infringes on three of its patents.


Members of Congress are currently considering more than 10 patent reform bills, most of which are designed to address the so-called "patent troll" problem.

Who can resist software that helps you organize and work more efficiently? While many apps claim to do this, these three really deliver on their promise.


Think you have a tough job? Consider that of Navy cybersecurity professionals, tasked with keeping an ever-growing yet increasingly ambiguous enemy at bay, all with diminishing budgets and the constraints of a decentralized, largely maritime environment.

The city of Temecula’s Temecula Valley Entrepreneur’s Exchange (TVE2) is pleased to announce the following events scheduled for March 2014. Additional event information and registration details can be found at the TVE2 website events calendar http://tve2.org/news-and-events/calendar/.

Mobile technology is on the verge of creating "smart cities," using wireless applications to improve energy conservation, health care, transportation, recreation, retail activities, public safety, education and government, Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs told the San Diego Downtown Partnership during its annual dinner Thursday night.


The CEO of San Diego tech firm Entropic Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: ENTR) is accused of assaulting one of the stars of the now-canceled ABC Family reality show “Beverly Hills Nannies” at his Utah vacation home.

Northrop Grumman Corp. (NYSE: NOC) and the U.S. Navy successfully flew the second MQ-8C Fire Scout unmanned helicopter for the first time.

David Metzler was told by his doctor that he could expect to have his first heart attack in three years.

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