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Truvian Seeks to Decentralize Blood Testing

BIOTECH: Co. Aims for Transparency in Each StepTruvian Sciences wants to run a battery of tests on only drops of blood. Its mobile lab is designed to return answers in 20 minutes.

Cubic Widens Its Capabilities With Delerrok and Pixia Acquisitions

Transit Provider Delerrok Is Based in Vista

Cubic Corp. CEO Brad Feldmann has his acquisition machine running.

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Apple to Reshape San Diego’s Tech Landscape

TECH: Investments, Partnerships Likely To Pay Off Big for Region

Apple Inc. is adding to its tech campus in San Diego, with plans to occupy a second building in University City.

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Tech Coast Angels Invests Again in Mercato and Discover Echo

Tech Coast Angels-San Diego is increasing its investment in two local companies: Mercato, the delivery startup for independent grocers, and Discover Echo, the microscope maker formerly known as Echo Labs. Mercato received an additional $1.1 million while Discover Echo received $1 million.

San Diego Tech Hub Sees Need to Connect, Cooperate

TECH: Claude Jones Wants a Mindset of Going Forward While Giving Back

When Claude Jones expanded Walmart Labs’ new Carlsbad office, he knew the company would need to attract talent quickly.

Cubic Corp. Closes Out a $1.5B Year, Stock Tumbles

Co. Announces 2 Acquisitions, Offers Fiscal 2020 Guidance

Defense and transportation electronics specialist Cubic Corp. finished its 2019 fiscal year with revenue of slightly less than $1.5 billion.

New Name Is a Look to the Future, Says Genasys CEO

ELECTRONICS: Co. Formerly Known as LRAD to Keep Legacy Products

The Rancho Bernardo company named for its Long Range Acoustic Device, or LRAD, decided it had outlived its name and has taken the final step to change it.

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Greatscale’s Pilot Fund Puts $1 Million Into Software Company

Fulcrum’s Platform Gives Access to More Than 15 Million Freelancers

Greatscale Ventures, a new venture capital firm in San Diego, made its first investment in a San Diego-based employment software company.

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MetroConnect Means Millions For Eddy Pump

S.D. Defense Co. Wins Competition, Increases Exports

Four finalists competed on Nov. 13 for thousands of dollars to help them expand internationally.

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New Cleaning Robots Use Brain Corp.’s Software

Three companies will use Brain Corp.'s technology for their industrial cleaning robots.

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Cyclopure Takes Aim at Tap Water Market, Raises $4 Million

INNOVATION: Plans to Bring Water Test Kit To Market in Next Year

Encinitas- based water purification startup Cyclopure raised a $4 million round led by Qualcomm co-founder Irwin Jacobs.

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Some Question Qualcomm’s Quarter

TECH: Company Confident in Phone Work and 5G Plans

Qualcomm Inc. beat Wall Street expectations for the company’s quarterly results.

Teradata Cuts 80 Employees

The layoffs will begin in January, affecting 80 employees.

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EDDY Pump Wins $35,000 Prize from MetroConnect

EDDY Pump won $35,000 to help the company expand its sales overseas.

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AlwaysAI Seeks to Help Advance Computer Vision Applications

Co. Closes $4M Series A and Establishes Two Partnerships

A Solana Beach-based company has been growing quickly after it was founded by two experienced tech execs last year.

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DecisionLogic Hits 40 Million Users for Lending Software

To date, DecisionLogic has processed 40 million users for loans based on their banking history.

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