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Eric Lester is a self-described Navy brat that saw quite a bit of the world during his father’s 22 years in the service. Though his eyesight wasn’t quite good enough to enable him to fulfill his vision of being a fighter pilot, Lester has nonetheless found a way to be an asset to the U.S. government and military: as a principal in the management consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton.

Internet giant Google has yet to make its Google Glass devices available to the public, but solar energy installer and designer Sullivan Solar Power refused to wait for it.

Scripps Health has launched a pilot study using the ViSi Mobile wireless device to continuously track the vital signs of a group of patients at Scripps Green Hospital as part of a system-wide effort to evaluate and adopt the most promising new digital health technology.

Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center offers the following events in January.

As 2013 comes to an end, it’s time for some predictions about what we can expect in consumer tech in 2014.

“It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future,” said Charles Bergan, vice president of Engineering at Qualcomm, invoking baseball great Yogi Berra.

San Diego’s LRAD Corp. (Nasdaq: LRAD), which specializes in long-range acoustic hailing devices, has received $660,000 in orders from two member states of the Middle East’s Gulf Cooperation Council.

If you're discussing business over the Internet, be careful. The next email you send could represent your new contract.

The University of California, San Diego received nearly $1.1 billion in federal research and development funding in fiscal year 2012, ranking fifth in the nation among universities receiving such funds, according to newly released data from the National Science Foundation.

In a patent dispute between San Diego’s Overland Storage (Nasdaq: OVRL) and competitor Spectra Logic, an administrative law judge at the U.S. Patent Office has ruled there is “a reasonable likelihood” that Spectra will prevail in its claims that some of Overland’s technology is un-patentable.

San Diego’s InfoSonics Corp. (Nasdaq: IFON) has entered into a distribution agreement for its “verykool” smartphones with Ingram Micro Mobility, a subsidiary of Ingram Micro Inc. (NYSE: IM).

A subsidiary of San Diego's Kratos Defense & Security Solutions (Nasdaq: KTOS) has received a multimillion dollar contract to produce command telemetry system products for the QF-16 air superiority target being produced for the military by Boeing (NYSE: BA).

A discussion about the benefits and failings of the United States’ militarized-drone program is difficult to have, given that it’s shrouded in secrecy and the government refuses to acknowledge almost any involvement.

San Diego's Kratos Defense & Security Solutions (Nasdaq: KTOS) announced Tuesday it has received a $4.5 million aerial drone contract from an undisclosed customer related to U.S. national security.

San Diego’s reputation as a hub of innovation has been growing in recent years, with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development naming it the second most innovative city in the world in 2013 for patent intensity.

Murrieta, a city of nearly 106,000 people located between San Diego and the Los Angeles/Orange County metropolitan areas, is a community that focuses on encouraging the growth of small business.

Cognitive Medical Systems, a San Diego-based specialist in standards-based clinical decision support software, was named an IT infrastructure vendor for Health Net Federal Services LLC’s Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Patient Centered Community Care (PCCC) program.

The San Diego Public Library and Sanitas Inc. are partnering to provide software to visitors of the new Central Library @ Joan Λ Irwin Jacobs Common to help them learn more about potential health risks and chronic conditions.

The U.S. Navy plans to increase sonar testing over the next five years, even as research it funded reveals worrying signs that the loud underwater noise could disturb whales and dolphins.

As consumers have become more interested in where their food comes from and how it’s grown or raised, this same curiosity has extended to coffee, its quality and origins, leading to the emergence of specialty coffee roasters.

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