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Executive Rob Chandhok Confirms Departure From Qualcomm

Rob Chandhok, a senior executive with 14 years of experience at Qualcomm Inc., has left his position.

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Return to Roots

TECH: Alex Mashinsky Hopes to Restore Startup Vibe at Novatel Wireless

Alex Mashinsky is more familiar to the denizens of New York than San Diego.

Pulse Electronics Names New CEO

Pulse Electronics Corp., a San Diego manufacturer of electronic components in China, said its board of directors named Mark Twaalfhoven as its new chief executive officer effective Dec. 1.

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Cymer Introduces New Machine to Produce Microchips

Cymer LLC of Rancho Bernardo has introduced a new laser light source for microchip manufacturing.

Aethlon Makes 1st U.S. Shipment Of Ebola Therapy

Aethlon Medical Inc., a San Diego-based medical device company making devices to treat infectious disease and cancer, announced the first shipment of its blood filtration device as a candidate to treat future Ebola virus infections in the United States.

App Lets Exercisers Get Their Music and Movement in Sync

SOFTWARE: Co. Sees Partnership Possibilities With Sports Apparel Firm

As a runner, Will Turner cares about pace. As a musician, he cares about tempo. And as a businessman, he cares about scale.

One Roof Energy Group Reports Q3 Net Loss of $8.9 Million

One Roof Energy Group Inc., a San Diego-based provider of solar energy services in five states, reported a third quarter net loss of $8.9 million, down from a $11.2 million net loss in the like quarter of 2013.

RF Industries's Board Declares Quarterly Dividend

RF Industries Ltd., a San Diego-based maker and distributor of connectors and cable assemblies for the wireless industry, said its board of directors declared a regularly quarterly dividend of 7 cents per share.

State's Life Sciences Tops in Economic Growth

California continues to rank at the top of life science-related economic growth, with the industry now producing $101 billion in total revenue, according to a report released last week by the California Healthcare Institute and the consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Qualcomm Sells Taiwan Factory for $85 Million

Qualcomm Inc. sold its Mirasol display factory in Taiwan, and the equipment in it, to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. for $85 million, according to a securities filing.

Cisco, Qualcomm Execs to Discuss Internet of Everything

Cisco Systems Inc. executive Mala Anand and Qualcomm Inc.’s Raj Talluri will explore the Internet of Everything on Dec. 10 as part of the CommNexus Headliners lecture series.

Quinton Alsbury Named CEO at Roambi

Roambi, a San Diego business that provides an app for making better use of data, said Quinton Alsbury is its new CEO, succeeding his partner and the company’s co-founder, Santiago Becerra.

Qualcomm Sees Cloud-Computing Servers as a Target Market

TECH: Company Still Dealing With Problems In China Market

Qualcomm Inc. sees a future in servers for data centers, specifically for cloud computing, the company’s CEO said Nov. 19.

Wireless Transmission Makes Quick Work of Previous Record

For starters, something short and fast: Swedish researchers led by Herbert Zirath recorded the fastest wireless data transmission ever, offering details during a convention in San Diego last month.

Predictive Cloud Puts Retailers A Step Ahead of Shoppers

TECH: Software Shapes Online Shopping Experience Through Variety of Factors

Love it or hate it, it’s the time of year to shop. Those who venture onto the Internet this week may encounter a San Diego company and not even know it.