The engineer behind ecoATM, one of San Diego’s most successful startups, has launched a new venture that he says will disrupt the artificial intelligence and machine learning industries.
Tech startup Tourmaline Labs has brought in $1 million in seed money — and a new chief executive — to help the company scale.
Beverly Hills-based LiveXLive Media Inc. has entered a deal to acquire Rancho Bernardo-based Slacker Radio for $50 million in cash and stock.
Technology developed by San Diego startup Lymber Inc. is deploying nationwide later this month following the company’s acquisition by Mindbody Inc.
Local investors have forked over an additional $600,000 to San Diego startup Grolltex Inc. as the company begins to scale its operations.
Lockheed Martin Ventures made a strategic investment in Ocean Aero Inc., a San Diego company that makes autonomous seagoing vehicles, the companies announced on Sept. 15.
San Diego tech startup Empyr has launched a major expansion that includes doubling the company’s office space and its staff.
LRAD Corp. says it has received $700,000 in orders from an unnamed country in Southeast Asia.
San Diego-based RF Industries Ltd. reported net income of $192,000 or 2 cents per share on net sales of $7.8 million in its third quarter, which ended July 31.
TuSimple, a business with offices in Beijing and San Diego which hopes to produce a self-driving truck, has been on the road this summer.
Nanome Inc., a UC San Diego-based business whose core business is virtual reality software, rolled out a new product called Matryx at the end of August. Matryx is an open-source platform with a bounty system that encourages people to collaborate on STEM projects (that is, projects that involve science, technology, engineering and mathematics).
Qelzal has started flight safety testing of its sensor system for drones and other autonomous vehicles.
Inseego Corp. took out a three-year, $48 million loan from Highbridge Capital Management LLC in late August.
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