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San Francisco-based Uber Technologies Inc. has expanded its app-enabled UberEats restaurant food delivery service to San Diego, the company announced.
A Carlsbad company was recognized Monday by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for its production of a chemical that is used to make high-performance nylon used in a slew of products from paintbrushes to automotive oil.
San Diego-based ImageWare Systems Inc., which specializes in biometric authentication, said on June 13 that it has partnered with Virginia-based Telos Corp.
Apple Inc. plans to buy some of the modem chips for its next-generation iPhone from Intel Corp., denying San Diego-based Qualcomm Inc. some of that business, Bloomberg News said June 10 in a report that cited unnamed sources.
San Diego’s early-stage technology companies are invited to apply for Connect’s upcoming CapitalMatch, a program designed to link companies seeking funding with interested investors.
TVC Capital, a San Diego private equity firm that invests in enterprise software companies, has led its single largest Series A investment yet for a Seattle-based company that enables the sale, use and service of cloud technology.
WIRELESS: Access To Internet and Apps Can Be Blocked
Build a better parenting app, and the world will beat a path to your door.
Dan Goldin, who led NASA during the 1990s, took the wraps off his 11-year-old San Diego company, KnuEdge, on June 6.
New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees has made an investment in the OurPact mobile parenting app, according to the app’s maker, San Diego-based ParentsWare Inc. Financial terms of the investment, announced June 2, were not disclosed.
Mad Catz Interactive Inc. closed the books on a disappointing year, despite the apparent promise of its fall release of peripherals for the latest installment of the Rock Band videogame.
Qualcomm Inc. used the Computex trade show in Taiwan to take the wraps off of a second processor in its Snapdragon Wear line — a group of products meant for devices that people wear.
ENERGY: Some Say Intent to Reduce Costs, Complications Failed
California’s building energy efficiency standards continue to create concerns due to misinterpretations and coordination issues among electrical contractors, manufacturers and utility providers.
PRODUCTION: Market For Waterproofing Circuit Boards Is More Than $1B
Many a cellphone has met its demise by a quick dip in the pool, sink, toilet or birdbath.
TECH: City Contract Renewal May Be Big Driver of Growth
Matt Cole has New York on his mind. Cole runs the transportation equipment business at Kearny Mesa-based Cubic Corp., a company that wants to use the world of fare cards and subway gates as a stepping stone toward bigger things.
Trading firm Noble Group announced the resignation of its chief executive officer and said it will sell San Diego-based Noble Americas Energy Solutions.