San Diego investor Shayne Skaff has launched a new incubator for software and data science companies. Dubbed, “the Sandbox,” the program is aimed exclusively at software-as-a-service companies, machine learning, and other data-heavy applications.
San Diego County faces a steep challenge when it comes to preparing enough workers with the right skills to fill high-tech jobs in the coming decade, a recent study found.
San Diego data center company ScaleMatrix will partner with Hewlett Packard Enterprises to open a new center for hybrid high-performance computing.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. announced it has reached a deal to provide its MQ-9 unmanned aircraft to Australia. GA-ASI builds its Predator family of aircraft in Poway.
Tim Scott, CEO of TEGA Therapeutics, will serve as Connect's new chair of the board of directors.
Cubic Corp. closed out its 2018 fiscal year reporting annual net income of $12.3 million on record net sales of $1.2 billion. It said it expects sales to grow in fiscal 2019.
Project management software company Wrike plans to boost its presence in San Diego with a new office in UTC.
San Diego County stands to get approximately $450 million worth of work from the Pentagon’s latest order for F-35 Lightning II aircraft, also known as the Joint Strike Fighter. The main beneficiary is Northrop Grumman.
Conectric, a San Diego startup, started off designing sensors to reduce hotels' energy costs. Now, it's developing a blockchain IoT solution with a Swiss company.
Classy, a San Diego-based fundraising platform for nonprofits, recently crossed the $1 billion mark in funds raised — a major milestone for the company.
San Diego medical device startup Triple W was honored by CES for its wearable device intended to help users with urinary incontinence.
With a third-quarter net loss of $9.7 million on revenue of $33.7 million, ultracapacitor-maker Maxwell Technologies Inc. hopes a changing business model means better times ahead.
After a record-smashing John G. Watson Quick Pitch competition, the three entities that went in on this year’s contest are aiming for an even taller goal.
Certona, a fast-growing San Diego software company, moved into a new Sorrento Valley headquarters.
Qualcomm Inc. beat analyst expectations with its fourth-quarter financial results, but offered weak guidance for next year, with the absence of purchases and licensing fees from Apple Inc.