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The startup community showed up in force Tuesday night for EvoNexus’ second DemoDay, which showcased six of the incubator’s newest companies that recently completed four months of pitch training and product market fit development.

San Diego-based SmartDrive Systems, a developer of technology solutions designed to reduce collisions and improve fuel efficiency, has relocated its corporate headquarters to 9450 Carroll Park Drive in Sorrento Valley.


Scripps Health has launched a pilot study of AirStrip One, a software system that securely delivers data from multiple hospital-based patient monitoring systems to mobile devices used by physicians both within and outside the hospital.


Qualcomm Life is rolling out its HealthyCircles connected health platform across many countries over the course of the next year, and expects its presence to not only make life easier for the family caregiver, but to reduce the cost of health care and actually improve the care itself.

San Diego Gas & Electric reports that a region including San Diego and southern Orange County has achieved a milestone with 10,000 totally electric vehicles on the road.


Get ready for the onslaught of smart watches punctuated by Apple’s announcement Tuesday. Smart watches and wristbands have been the hot new product category hyped by analysts, tech reporters and scores of companies that need something new to talk about and replace their maturing categories of tablets and smartphones. But based on what we’ve seen so far, I’m skeptical.

Carlsbad-based ViaSat Inc. (Nasdaq: VSAT) reports it has reached a comprehensive settlement of all outstanding claims related to its litigation with Space Systems/Loral (SS/L) and Loral Space & Communications Inc. for breach of contract and patent infringement.


Business and professional groups will hold events on subjects ranging from investment, solar power and ADA lawsuits, as well as some networking opportunities.

MystartupXX, a three-year-old program that mentors female UC San Diego students hoping to lead technology startups, was named a winner of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Growth Accelerator Fund competition.

Genomatica has announced the results of a survey of sustainability issues in the mainstream chemical industry, revealing in part that 69 percent of chemical producers and distributors say their companies have a sustainability policy in place or are currently developing one.


San Diego has made a big push in the past few months to brand itself the center of the rapidly expanding drone industry. With many companies already in the field and a call for the FAA to designate the region an unmanned aerial vehicle center of excellence, it’s not a hard sell.

American Laboratory Trading Inc. (ALT), the largest seller of pre-owned laboratory equipment in North America, opened sales offices in the biotech hubs of San Diego and the Research Triangle in North Carolina.

The safety technology company SmartDrive Systems has named Richard “Dick” Savage as its new senior director of sales.

La Jolla-based technology consultant Abacus Data Systems Inc. has opened another office facility in San Diego.


San Diego-based Borrego Solar Systems Inc. has entered into a partnership with LG Electronics USA to significantly expand the presence of LG's high-efficiency solar modules in the U.S. commercial market, the companies announced today.

Analytic data platform and services company Teradata announced Wednesday its acquisition of Think Big Analytics Inc., a Silicon Valley consulting firm focused primarily on the Hadoop software framework.


A new CBRE report places San Diego as a top market for high-technology growth — a ranking that bodes well for the leasing of office space.

The future legal marketplace will include more virtual law practices and general counsel with greater influence on a company's business direction, according to a new report by staffing agency Robert Half Legal.

San Diego's Novatel Wireless Inc. (Nasdaq: NVTL) announced that Michael Newman has been appointed as executive vice president and chief financial officer.

San Diego-based InfoSonics Corp. (Nasdaq: IFON) announced the launch of its new verykool SL5000 smartphone, the company's first device to include expansive support for LTE 4G networks.

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