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San Diego-based Fragmob has teamed up with Utah-based Deductr, the two companies said Nov. 18.
TECH: Mad Catz’s Peripherals Well Positioned to Be a Hit
Mad Catz Interactive Inc. has circled December on its calendar. The San Diego business hopes people celebrating Christmas or Hanukkah might want to add “Rock Band 4” to their holiday festivities.
REGULATIONS: 3E Co. Documents Compliance and Supply Chains for Firms
So what’s in your supply chain? Regulators want to know. More and more, the retail public wants to know. 3E Co. sees opportunity in that hunger for information. Since 1988, Carlsbad-based 3E has helped other companies comply with hazardous material laws and documentation chores. But as it winds up its fifth year under a new corporate parent — and its second year under CEO Uday Virkud — it’s exploring new avenues for revenue.
Qualcomm Inc. said Nov. 19 that it named Cristiano Amon executive vice president for Qualcomm Technologies Inc. and president of its Qualcomm CDMA Technologies segment. He previously served as co-president of the segment, with Murthy Renduchintala.
Qualcomm Inc. said that South Korean authorities are investigating the company.
ViaSat Inc. and Jet Aviation St. Louis announced plans to collaborate on a hybrid radome that will accommodate both Ku-band and Ka-band satellite communications.
Novatel Wireless Inc. said Nov. 17 that its bank raised the amount of its revolving line of credit to $48 million.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday denied a petition by Arthrex, a Florida-based orthopedic medical device company, to review a case where damages for patent infringement were awarded to San Diego-based KFx Medical Corp.
Shares in Carlsbad chipmaker MaxLinear Inc. were trading in early November at levels not seen in more than five years.
Software San Diego has changed its name to Tech San Diego.
Scripps Institution of Oceanography at University of California, San Diego received a gift of $700,000 from Seismic Warning Systems Inc., a private company that provides seismic detection and earthquake warning systems and services, in order to continue operating a key Southern California earthquake monitoring network.
Cox Communications announced is furthering its efforts to connect youth with technology by doubling the download speed of the company’s discounted Internet service available to low-income families with school-aged children through the Connect2Compete program.
Two metro areas in Sun Belt states — Phoenix and Dallas-Fort Worth — are the starting points for a new machine-to-machine telecom network woven together by Ingenu.
GREEN: Region Does Have 825 Local Clean-Tech Companies
San Diego’s national ranking in clean technology slipped a notch this year. The latest survey ranks San Diego fourth among the nation’s 50 largest cities, down from third last year.
Military and industry leaders offered their thoughts on the future of unmanned aircraft and robotics during a panel discussion Nov. 11.