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Qualcomm Stadium’s mammoth-sized parking lot converted into a race track this week, giving hundreds of San Diegans the chance to get behind the wheel of $100,000 sports cars.
San Diego-based West Health Investment Fund, focused on lowering health care costs, has announced it participated in the recent venture financings of GlySens Inc. and RxAnte Inc., two startup companies with technologies aimed at lowering the cost of health care.
Science and engineering professions are exciting and imaginative. Engineering work has made it possible for us to have cool devices such as the latest iPad or smart phone.
A U.S. Navy agency in Coronado that does maintenance on fighter jets just got slapped with a citation for exposing its workers to three “extremely toxic materials,” but it wasn’t informed about the violations until months after testing was done.
San Diego-based molecular detection and imaging system developer Daylight Solutions Inc. has been awarded a phase 2 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the National Science Foundation, the company reported Tuesday.
San Diego-based computer software supplier Atego announced Tuesday it has launched its Aonix ObjectAda 8.5 for Windows with new support for Microsoft Windows 7 systems.
Audatex North America Inc., a San Diego-based provider of software and services to the U.S. automobile insurance claims processing industry, will debut its latest claims and collision repair platform, AudaNet, at NACE 2012, the International Autobody Congress and Exposition taking place later this year in New Orleans.
Ever since Apple released the iPad, I have considered it more of an entertainment device than something designed for serious productivity. Nevertheless, a slew of keyboards began appearing from companies trying to give the iPad more computer-like capabilities. While they made typing easier, they had limitations, including adding bulk and weight.
A partnership has been established between Parametric Sound Corp. (NASDAQ: PAMT), an audio products specialist, and Fujitsu Frontech North America Inc. that allows Fujistu to be a non-exclusive dealer of Parametric's HyperSound products.
San Diego-based LifeProof, maker of all-protective, everyday cases for smartphones and tablets, announced the availability of the LifeProof case for the iPod touch, rounding out its product line of cases for Apple devices.
Active Network Inc., which helps North American parks and attractions with operations through its RTP LLC subsidiary, was picked to power America's first zoo.
A San Diego-based technology company is targeting the millions of students who head to college every year with a new video game that combats campus drinking.
Software and sales veteran Christopher Reid has joined Rio SEO as senior vice president, serving as its first fully dedicated operating head since the company took off this spring.
San Diego is now home to a leader in content security solutions and forensics malware tools.
Electronics retailer RadioShack Corp. (NYSE: RSH) said Tuesday that it will launch a no-contract, RadioShack-branded, wireless service powered by San Diego-based mobile phone company Cricket Communications Inc.
The outcome of the Apple-Samsung trial is likely to have a significant impact on future smartphone and tablet products. In this mega-trial held in San Jose, Apple accused Samsung of copying its iPhone and iPad products, both in physical design and user interface. The jury found that accusation to be true, and awarded Apple more than $1 billion. Because it found Samsung’s actions to be deliberate, the award could be tripled.
Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) Friday announced the North American regional winner of its 2012 QPrize venture investment competition.
Recognizing that it is the city’s responsibility to encourage the private sector to grow in Murrieta, the Murrieta City Council took action in February 2012 to approve the creation of the Murrieta Regional Technology Innovation Center at the former City Hall, located at 26442 Beckman Court, Murrieta. The 13,000-square-foot Murrieta Tech Center provides low-cost space to stimulate the growth of new startup high-technology companies in Murrieta and Southwest Riverside County.
The EDC of Southwest California, the Murrieta office of Stifel Nicolaus, and the cities of Murrieta and Temecula are hosting the return of Dr. Stephen Wood, Ph.D., to give the keynote address at the EDC’s inaugural Annual Signature Awards Presentation.
The city of Murrieta has joined with private sector industry leaders to promote the growth of technology innovation in the Murrieta/Temecula Twin Cities area.