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Navy Awards ViaSat Contract Worth $48.3 Million

The U.S. Navy awarded Carlsbad-based ViaSat Inc. a contract that could be worth up to $48.3 million over five years.

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Executive Q&A Henry Ford, Fox Sports San Diego

In 2012, Henry S. Ford spearheaded the launch of Fox Sports San Diego, a partnership between Fox Cable Networks and the San Diego Padres.

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Meizu Has Home-Field Advantage in IP Battle With Qualcomm

This is obviously not territory for a first-timer. I would wager that Qualcomm Inc. has its best legal minds on this case.

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Camera Mount Gives Jaws Supporting Role in Surf Videos

RETAIL: Patent Should Help Clear Out MyGo’s Competition

Post a video or it didn’t happen. That’s the sentiment of many surfers now strapped with GoPros and other action cameras as they sail through barrels and carve massive waves.

CBRE Ranks San Diego 16th Among Tech Talent Markets

San Diego ranks 16th among 50 U.S. and Canadian cities for its ability to attract and grow technology industry talent, according to the latest annual report by the commercial brokerage firm CBRE Group Inc.

Kyocera to Consolidate Four Subsidiaries Into Main North American Operation

San Diego-based Kyocera International said July 1 that it planned to reorganize and fold four subsidiaries into its main North American organization.

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Jon Nicholls Named CIO at Eturi Corp.

Eturi Corp., the San Diego software company formerly known as ParentsWare Inc., said June 30 that it has hired Jon Nicholls as its chief information officer.

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Net Metering 2.0 a Win for Future, Competition

It is with great pride that I can say that San Diego is the first city to prove the power of solar.

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FAA Issues Rules for the Commercial Operation of Drones

TECH: Aircraft Must Remain in The Sight of Operator

The Federal Aviation Administration has issued its first rules covering the commercial use of drones. The rules take effect in late August.

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Locking In Our Gains In Cybersecurity Field

TECH: Study Finds Growing Sector Still Needs Nurturing

Like Comic-Con, there are good guys and bad guys. But in cybersecurity, the bad guys are real, and the good guys pack more of an economic punch.

Civic Leaders Launch Collaboratory for Downtown Innovation

In a nod to the estimated 110 startups downtown, San Diego civic leaders took the wraps off the Collaboratory for Downtown Innovation on June 28.

ParentsWare Inc. Changing Name to Eturi Corp. as it Expands Reach

San Diego-based ParentsWare Inc. has changed its name to Eturi Corp. as it looks to expand its market beyond the parents of children and teens.

Qualcomm Plans Demo of New 5G System at Trade Show

Qualcomm Inc. plans to demonstrate very fast, fifth-generation wireless communications technology during a trade show in Shanghai beginning June 29.

Google to Open Office in Sorrento Mesa

Google plans to open an office in the tech-heavy San Diego neighborhood of Sorrento Mesa.

Grandpoint Division to Offer Cyber Crime Insurance

Grandpoint Bank, parent of La Jolla-based Regents Bank, has created a new division to address growing concerns about cybercrime within the banking industry.