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AT&T Offering High-Speed Internet Service to Some Businesses

AT&T Inc. has started marketing a high-speed Internet service called AT&T Business Fiber in multitenant office buildings in San Diego.

Genentech, Human Longevity Sign Multiyear Agreement

San Diego-based Human Longevity Inc. announced a multiyear agreement with Oceanside's Genentech, a member of the Roche Group, to conduct whole genome sequencing of tens of thousands of samples from Genentech.

Andrew Viterbi to be Inducted into Entrepreneur Hall of Fame

CONNECT, the San Diego nonprofit that fosters innovative technology, said it selected Andrew Viterbi, who co-founded Qualcomm Inc. and served as its first chief technical officer, for induction into its Entrepreneur Hall of Fame.

Pacific Beach Company Creates App to Watch Grammy Awards

A Pacific Beach business is working to make the Grammy Awards, set for Feb. 8, into a two-screen experience.

Qualcomm’s Patent Prowess Chips Away at Some Leaders in IP

By now, that famous patent wall should be stretching out the door and across Morehouse Drive.

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Style and Security Pay Off With High-Tech Billfold, iWallet

TECH: Accessory Alerts Owner If the Two Get Separated

Few things in life cause as much anxiety as losing a wallet, but a San Diego business has come up with a device that makes that experience less likely.

Qualcomm Announces Quarterly Dividend of 42 Cents Per Share

Qualcomm Inc. announced a quarterly cash dividend of 42 cents per share, payable on March 25 to stockholders of record at the close of business on March 4.

Gerald Choung Named Vice President of Sales at ESET

Anti-virus maker ESET has named Gerald Choung as its vice president of sales.

Qualcomm Investing Undisclosed Sum in Satellite System

Qualcomm Inc. is investing an unspecified sum of money in a constellation of 648 micro satellites meant to provide Internet service to portions of the world that don’t have it, according to the satellite provider.

Kristin Elliott Named CEO of Precision Measurement Engineering

Precision Measurement Engineering, Inc., an internationally known oceanographic and freshwater instrument design corporation, announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Kristin M. Elliott as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.

ImageWare Joins Tech Partner Program of New York Company

San Diego-based ImageWare Systems Inc., a developer of mobile and cloud-based identity management solutions, announced it is participating in the CA Technologies Tech Partner Program with an advanced partner membership status.

Software Firm Parallel 6 Acquires The Agency San Diego

Parallel 6, a San Diego software firm specializing in mobile management engagement, said it acquired The Agency San Diego, a marketing design firm, for an undisclosed price.

Software Company Measurabl Inc. Raises $2.3M in Financing Round

Measurabl Inc., a San Diego-based startup that makes software for companies to track environmental metrics, has raised $2.3 million in funding according to a recent business filing.

CES Offers a Full Plate of the Latest Technology and a Cookie

So much to see! The consumer electronics show in Las Vegas — aka 2015 International CES — offers the sprawling, overwhelming spectacle of a world’s fair while showing off the newest in technology that ordinary folks can get their hands on.

Look Who’s Talking: Internet of Everything Keeps Expanding

TECH: Connections Could Open Up a New Universe of Opportunities

Wi-Fi in a rice cooker?