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Blue Takes a Look at an Interesting Past, a Fascinating Future

Linden S. Blue makes few public appearances and even fewer public speeches.

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New Novatel Leader To Decide on Direction

TECH: Recent Acquisitions, SaaS Options And Hardware Challenges on Plate

After a tumultuous couple of years, Novatel Wireless Inc. is still trying to find its identity.

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Uniform Approach

DEFENSE: Navy’s New CANES Network Brings IT Versatility and Unity

The USS Carl Vinson is 1,092 feet long, weighs 97,000 tons and serves as a floating airport.

Kratos Chosen as Subcontractor on $44 Million Deal

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. said Nov. 23 that its Defense & Rocket Support Services Division was chosen as a subcontractor on a multimillion-dollar project.

Key Qualcomm Executive Hired Away by Intel Corp.

Intel Corp. has hired former Qualcomm Inc. executive Murthy Renduchintala.

South Korean Officials Investigating Qualcomm

TECH: Co. Calls Action a ‘Serious Misapplication of Law’

Qualcomm Inc. said that South Korean authorities are investigating the company. The news, announced late Nov. 17, sent Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM) shares down by 9 percent by the middle of the trading day Nov. 18.

Through Current Customers, Englue Inc. Finds Future Prospects

SOFTWARE: B2B Leads Generated and Prioritized for Clients

“Pandora for marketers.” That is how the people at Englue Inc. bill their business-to-business offering.

Fragmob and Utah-Based Deductr to Partner

San Diego-based Fragmob has teamed up with Utah-based Deductr, the two companies said Nov. 18.

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Instrumental Role in ‘Rock Band’ May Pay

TECH: Mad Catz’s Peripherals Well Positioned to Be a Hit

Mad Catz Interactive Inc. has circled December on its calendar. The San Diego business hopes people celebrating Christmas or Hanukkah might want to add “Rock Band 4” to their holiday festivities.

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REGULATIONS: 3E Co. Documents Compliance and Supply Chains for Firms

So what’s in your supply chain? Regulators want to know. More and more, the retail public wants to know. 3E Co. sees opportunity in that hunger for information. Since 1988, Carlsbad-based 3E has helped other companies comply with hazardous material laws and documentation chores. But as it winds up its fifth year under a new corporate parent — and its second year under CEO Uday Virkud — it’s exploring new avenues for revenue.

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