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Tijuana’s Dev Shops Target SoCal Startups

TECH: Coding Comes Cheaper, Closer and in Same Time ZoneIt’s not unusual for tech startups to hire coders overseas, as tech talent is pricey and offshoring this kind of work can save a few bucks while budgets are tight. But hiring these remote workers can get tricky, and startups can end up hemorrhaging cash by outsourcing unwisely.

Qualcomm Sues Apple in China, Seeks to Ban iPhone Sales in That Country

Qualcomm Inc. has filed lawsuits against Apple Inc. in China, seeking to ban the sale and manufacture of iPhones in that country, Bloomberg News reported late last week.

Qualcomm's Latest Endeavor: Making Movies

Qualcomm Inc.’s wide-ranging ad campaign pointing to its role in creating the smartphone ecosystem has covered billboards and hit the TV. Now it has taken a turn into film.

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S.D.-Based Cloudbeds Acquires San Francisco Software Firm OneRooftop

Local startup Cloudbeds has acquired San Francisco software firm OneRooftop, a website builder for vacation rentals, in a deal that expands the San Diego company’s offerings.

Rocket Corp. Looks to Nature For Technological Inspiration

TECH: Also Big Role for Additive Manufacturing In Creating Optimal Shape

Look to nature to find something that works, and works well. Artists do it. So do engineers, including the newly minted engineers at Additive Rocket Corp.

Taiwan Fines Qualcomm $773M for Anti-Competitive Practices

Taiwan has fined Qualcomm Inc. $773 million, alleging that the San Diego corporation took part in anticompetitive practices.

Qualcomm Announces New License Agreement with a Middle East Manufacturer

Qualcomm Inc. announced a new license agreement with a manufacturer in the Middle East.

S.D. Startup Wins 1st Place, $30K in Competition

A local startup that makes stretchable batteries took home first place and a $30,000 check Thursday night at San Diego’s biggest competition for entrepreneurs.

InfoSonics Corp. Announces Plans for Reverse Stock Split

Wireless phone maker InfoSonics Corp. announced plans on Oct. 5 to conduct a 1-for-5 reverse stock split so it can retain its listing on the Nasdaq.

Cos. Keep the Innovations Rolling

Three unrelated tech companies announced new products and initiatives recently.

Proficio Executes Expansion Plans

Proficio, the growing cybersecurity business, has a couple of new addresses.

Before You Go, Software Has Something to Say

Meet me at the exit. That’s what Spoutable aims to do.

Possible New EU Licensing Guidelines Could Eventually Change Qualcomm's Billing Model

The European Union is considering new patent licensing guidelines in a move that may eventually change the way Qualcomm Inc. does business in Europe, according to a published report.

ServiceNow Acquires S.D. Company Telepathy

ServiceNow Inc., the enterprise cloud computing software company that was born in San Diego and then moved to Silicon Valley, has acquired another San Diego business, Telepathy. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Carlsbad Tech Startup among 6 from 5 Nations in Accelerator’s Cohort for Logistics Companies

Airspace Technologies, a tech startup in Carlsbad, has been accepted into the third cohort of a specialized business accelerator for logistics companies.