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Carlsbad’s ViaSat Inc. (Nasdaq: VSAT) has entered what it describes as a “pioneering agreement” to expand its services in North America, Europe and around the Mediterranean.


The San Diego network of Tech Coast Angels, the largest angel investing organization in the United States, announced that its annual Quick Pitch event in which startup companies pitch for venture funds, has been renamed The John G. Watson Quick Pitch Competition in honor of the late angel investor.

The San Diego Association of Governments is exploring "teleworking" with a pilot program offering employers resources to help them implement programs that allow workers to perform work away from the office.

Recent U.S. Supreme Court cases Myriad and Mayo shook up the patent world by ruling that naturally occurring products and laws of nature are not patent-eligible.

I was on a panel last week at Stanford University that was part of an educational program put on by True Ventures, an early-stage venture company. It a program for founders of their companies involved in developing new products. Each of us on the panel was asked to offer three pieces of advice involving the development of new products.


San Diego's ImageWare Systems Inc. (OTCQB: IWSY), a developer of mobile and cloud-based, multimodal biometric identity management solutions, was selected to implement a multimodal biometric driver license system for Baja California, Mexico.


More homebuyers are using social media in the homebuying process, according to the California Association of Realtors (CAR) “2014 Survey of California Home Buyers.”

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has taken some heat over its backlog, and even more criticism after coming out with examiner guidelines reflecting the Myriad and Mayo Supreme Court rulings without first seeking public comment.

Cubic Corp. (NYSE: CUB) announced that Bill Toti will succeed Jimmie Balentine as president of Cubic’s Mission Support Services segment, effective July 1. Toti will also serve as a senior vice president of Cubic Corp.

Voxox, a cloud-based communication service for consumers and businesses, on Thursday announced the latest release of its consumer mobile application for iOS and Android, which includes a suite of new media sharing and messaging features for groups.


The information technology management and consulting company centrexIT has announced that it has recently secured the health care provider San Diego Internal Medicine and Associates as one of its clients.


At the Global Connect Summit in October 2013, University of California, San Diego Vice Chancellor of Research Sandra Brown and then-Director of the university’s new Division of Innovation and Industry Alliances Philip Bourne spoke about UCSD’s efforts to bridge the academia-industry divide, and the relatively uncharted path they were taking to do so.

Twenty-two of the Bio2014 International Convention’s estimated 15,000 attendees got a chance to give a 30-second elevator pitch to some of the life science sector’s top venture capital firms Tuesday in the “Son of a Pitch” session aimed at improving these brief first encounters with venture capitalists.


ParkerVision Inc. fell the most since first selling shares to the public in 1993 after a federal judge threw out its $173 million patent-infringement victory against Qualcomm Inc. over wireless-network technology.

When I bought a Chevy Volt in October, I promised an occasional update on the vehicle. As you may recall, the Volt is an “extended range electric car” that runs off batteries and then switches to gasoline after the batteries are depleted.

Qualcomm Inc., the world's largest maker of mobile phone chips, persuaded a U.S. judge to throw out a $173 million patent-infringement verdict won by ParkerVision Inc. over wireless-network technology.

Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS) on Monday announced the formation ofUrban Insights Associates Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary.


A business innovator, coach, prosecutor and former secretary of state will be speaking this week in San Diego.

San Diego-based Novatel Wireless Inc. has announced the incorporation of its product line with Florida-based RacoWireless’ Position Logic platform, providing a full aftermarket telematics solution for Latin American markets.


The manufacturing scene in San Diego -- like much of the United States -- is facing an identity crisis: With the surge of off-shoring abating and companies slowly trickling back to manufacture on home turf, questions about the benefit of bringing these types of jobs back -- if they should be brought back at all -- are on the minds of those in the industry.

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