Qualcomm Inc. is touting a series of new devices that could give retailers a boost in identifying interested shoppers in their stores.
San Diego-based Active Network’s race registration software now supports “mob” events, the company said recently.
Imagine Communications has agreed to be acquired by Colorado-based Harris Broadcast.
TECH: Company Looks To Boost Advertising And User Engagement
Engineers at Carlsbad-based Ezoic are wrestling with how to build more attractive websites that can fetch more advertising dollars. They think the solution may be in more computers and software.
TECH: Company Is San Diego’s Largest, Employs 31,000 Worldwide
Qualcomm Inc. — big and iconic and long past its splashy 25th anniversary in 2010 — continued to grow like a spry young company in 2013.
DEFENSE: Company Is Doing Current Work; Decision in 2014
Northrop Grumman Corp. will learn in 2014 whether its early work on a U.S. Navy information technology program pays off.
PROPERTY: Activist Groups Clash With Area’s Shipyards Over Changes
Homes and heavy industry have coexisted — often uneasily — in Barrio Logan for nearly a century; 2013 turned into the year that the simmering issue boiled into a citywide matter.
San Diego-based Cubic Corp. said that its defense systems subsidiary received a contract worth more than $70 million from an overseas customer.
Engineers at Northrop Grumman’s unmanned systems unit in Rancho Bernardo are asking themselves whether their unmanned aircraft called the Bat could be a little bigger.
San Diego-based Cubic Corp. said recently that it won a contract to develop training materials for the U.S. Navy’s littoral combat ship.