Gary Hayslip on the City of San Diego as Cybersecurity Test Bed
AUGUST 9, 2016
Hayslip is deputy director and chief information security officer (CISO) for the city of San Diego. Gary Hayslip. Cities are businesses.
Xconomy Guide to Best Sessions at Startup Week San Diego
JUNE 10, 2016
Startup Week San Diego, like a lot of other places that host similar events, has been billed as a weeklong celebration of entrepreneurship.
EY Names 6 Startup Leaders as San Diego Entrepreneurs of the Year
JUNE 21, 2016
Award winners from San Diego and other regions are now eligible for consideration for the national Entrepreneur Of The Year 2016 program.
San Diego’s KnuEdge, Stealthy Since 2005, Unveils Neural Tech
JUNE 6, 2016
KnuEdge says its software makes the security of human voice-based biometrics possible in noisy, real-world environments.
Q2 VC Funding Soars in San Diego (After Revisions), and Top 10 Deals
JULY 17, 2016
But the San Diego data was off. million in 19 companies in San Diego. million invested in 23 San Diego companies.
Xconomy Q&A: Vuforia, Pokémon Go, and Augmented Reality
AUGUST 8, 2016
Vuforia’s headquarters has remained in San Diego, and Vuforia continues to operate four offices in Europe and Israel, Wright said.
Qualcomm Making Inroads with Wireless EV Charging Technology
AUGUST 4, 2016
As the global market for mobile phones has matured, Qualcomm has been seeking new opportunities in the wireless technology business. and other nations.
At “The Vine,” Developer Builds a Vertical Campus for Tech Startups
AUGUST 22, 2016
In San Diego, the Irvine Company provided the entire second floor of its Broadway Street building at no cost for the downtown EvoNexus incubator.
With $18M, Reflexion Health Expands Physical Therapy Technology
JUNE 29, 2016
After recently raising $18 million in Series B funding, the healthtech company also plans to add new products as it expands nationally among U.S.
Swarm Aims To Rejuvenate San Diego's Software Industry
APRIL 4, 2014
It hasn''t been a great few months for San Diego''s software and technology industry, as the city has seen three, big software companies move their operations, and thousands of jobs, to Texas. growth investment industry software diego swarm READ MORE>>.
New Bootstrap Fund Pulls Itself Up in World of Health IT Deals
JUNE 30, 2016
They came to San Diego in 1996, when Scripps Health hired Balgrosky as CIO and senior vice president. Jean Balgrosky.
As Drone Navigation Advances, SlantRange Focuses on Farm Analytics
JULY 12, 2016
— Swift Navigation , founded in 2012 and now based in San Francisco, is using real-time kinematic (RTK) technology to enhance the precision of satellite-based GPS positioning data. SlantRange, a San Diego company founded almost three years ago, is a drone-related startup already generating sales.
Drone On: 3D Robotics Filing Reveals $45M Financing Plan
JUNE 2, 2016
After a painful restructuring earlier this year, Berkeley, CA-based 3D Robotics appears to be raising additional capital.
Fintech Lender Uses Profitability to Step Out from Industry Cloud
JULY 26, 2016
In contrast to some alternative lenders, the San Diego firm said it is growing fast and is consistently profitable. There is more integrity to the process,” Gilbert said, because National Funding uses traditional loan analysts as well as software to analyze and process its loan applications.
Zingle Raises $3M to Expand and Improve Messaging App Technology
JULY 21, 2016
The company raised $1 million last year, according to a 2015 regulatory filing. Happy #TBT from our fearless Founder & CEO @fordblakely !
Why Entrepreneurs Should Care About Inequality and Divisiveness
JULY 14, 2016
In Sweden, citizens and entrepreneurs gladly pay taxes because of all the personal and social benefits those taxes produce. Need more convincing?
PacketSled Raises $5M for Automated Cybersecurity Monitoring System
AUGUST 1, 2016
Two other small funds, Blu Ventures and JHS Ventures joined in the round. The company also has an office in Seattle.
The Future of Human-Robot Interaction
JULY 29, 2016
How will humans and machines work together in the future? What are the risks and ethics around AI systems? Alaoui: Both.
San Diego Startups Band Together For Job Fair
NOVEMBER 3, 2011
SweetLabs said the event is aimed at showing product managers, designers, developers and other "technology superstars" how much is happening in the San Diego area. diego startups fair employmentThe group said that the event will feature Michael Robertson (MP3, Linspire, Gizmo5) and Joe Kraus (Excite, Jotspot, Google Ventures).
Productivity in Your Pocket
AUGUST 11, 2016
The app that you use is the one in your pocket. It started with the Blackberry in the early 2000s. Behaviors started to shift. But First iPad.
Biotech Roundup: Deals Gone Wrong, Ethical Red Flags & Bay Goodbyes
JUNE 3, 2016
Thousands of others will head to San Francisco for BIO, which has a distinct international flavor. —A team led by Jef Boeke of New York University, George Church of Harvard University, Andrew Hessel of software maker Autodesk, and Nancy Kelley proposed in the journal Science to build a synthetic human genome. But the U.S.
Gaining an Edge: Understanding Cyber Risk Appetite
AUGUST 1, 2016
Those days are over. Security breaches across industries have put cyber squarely on everybody’s risk agenda. Defining Cyber Risk Appetite.
Biotech Roundup: Scangos’s Exit, Zafgen’s Shakeup, Jounce, Relypsa & More
JULY 22, 2016
And on the West coast, Palo Alto, CA-based Bioz started up with $3 million in seed cash from 5AM Ventures to help develop software meant to help speed up life sciences research. —Bruce Bigelow profiled Dauntless Pharmaceuticals , a stealthy biotech company creator in San Diego forming single-drug startups.
Can Innovation Save Us?
JULY 13, 2016
The violence, and nonstop Internet media coverage, is ripping away whatever bandages still covered the wounds from centuries of racism and other isms.
“Stay Lean as Long as You Can,” and Other VC Wisdom from Mark Suster
JUNE 16, 2016
In San Diego, the complaints often focus on the relative scarcity of venture capital and hometown VC firms.
Ostendo Raising Funds to Advance Virtual Reality Display Technology
JULY 26, 2016
Adding to the confusion, the most-recent MoneyTree Report on San Diego venture capital activity shows that Ostendo raised almost $10 million in VC funding during the second quarter. Razi, Bussel, and Dull are also on the board of Ingenu, the San Diego wireless technology company known previously as On-Ramp Wireless.
How Will Apple Innovate Beyond the iPhone 7? With Next-Gen Siri
AUGUST 9, 2016
Planes have evolved on the inside through the addition of features like all-glass cockpits and fly-by-wire software. Or maybe that’s all wrong.
How Cyber Visibility Protects Against the Abnormal & the Immoral
JULY 13, 2016
For many Bostonians, the “privacy incident” recently disclosed by Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)—which reportedly involved the personal information of 4,300 dental patients stored by a software vendor—hit close to home in many ways, as most of us have at one time or another been to MGH for ourselves or a loved one.
San Diego Entrepreneur's Milk Jug Of The Future Gets Backing Of GE
MAY 17, 2012
The project will be prototyped at the Maker Faire in San Francisco, with a final prototype expected at the end of the month. READ MORE>>.
Texas Looks To Steal Away Another San Diego Company, Omnitracs
FEBRUARY 12, 2014
It looks like Texas is playing to win, as the state apparently is in a deal to steal away , Omnitracs , the former Qualcomm GPS fleet management and software division -- taking with it at least 1,000 jobs. texas diego omnitracs jobs employment READ MORE>>.
Is Technology Crucial for Innovation?
MAY 31, 2016
Technology is crucial for innovation—and innovation in technology is critical to innovation in just about every other arena.
Is the Future of Cybersecurity in M&A?
JULY 19, 2016
Last month Symantec announced its plans to buy Blue Coat for $4.7 billion. Has the consolidation—and creation of this enterprise security giant—put immense pressure on other industry players? In an ideal world, and from the perspective of a venture investor, this would absolutely be the case. billion (235 percent growth over 5 years).
Websense, After Move From San Diego, In Acquisition Talks
MARCH 17, 2015
Former San Diego-based security software developer Websense > --one of a number of companies acquired by private equity investor Vista Equity Partners and moved out of San Diego--is now in talks to be acquired by Raytheon , according to a report. software cybersecurity security raytheon acquisition merger websens
Biotech Roundup: Moonshots, Pink Slips, Gilead, Brexit & More
JULY 1, 2016
—Boston’s PureTech Health, which conceives and launches life science companies, unveiled Sonde Health , which is developing software that listens for warning signs of depression in people’s speech patterns. The word of the week was “moonshot,” as U.S. It also got a pat on the back from Bill Gates.
Pawn Shops Finally Go Digital, Helping Underbanked Find Quick Cash
AUGUST 3, 2016
In May and June, the financial industries that serve low-income Americans began to change in big ways. That distinction belongs to the Internet.
Renovate America Acquires CakeSystems For Energy Auditing, Modeling Software
AUGUST 3, 2016
San Diego-based Renovate America , the provider of residential clean energy financing programs, said this morning that it has acquired CakeSystems , a developer of home energy modeling and auditing software. renovate america cakesystems energy auditing modeling software merger acquisitionREAD MORE>>.
Anametrix Wins San Diego Union-Tribune
JULY 2, 2010
San Diego-based Anametrix , a developer of web analytics technology, said this week that it has signed The San Diego Union-Tribune as a customer.
Xconomy’s Top Innovation Stories of the Half Year
JULY 1, 2016
No PhD, “No Fear”: Alice Zhang, 27, Aims Software at Neuro Diseases. San Antonio Entrepreneur Center Opens Using Dallas Nonprofit as Model. David Holley reports on an effort to boost San Antonio’s startup scene, with ideas from another part of the Lone Star State. Here we are at the midpoint of 2016 already.
Wrike Opens Office In San Diego, Plans to Hire 150
MARCH 1, 2016
Mountain View-based Wrike , a developer of enterprise work management software, said on Monday that it has opened up a new office in San Diego, and plans to hire 150 people in the location. Wrike is backed by Bain Capital, DCM Ventures, and Scale Venture Partners, and focuses on enterprise project management software.
Classy Captures $18M For Nonprofit Software
JULY 1, 2015
San Diego-based Classy , which develops cloud-based software used by nonprofits for fundraising, disclosed that it has raised $18M in a new funding round. salesforce cloud saas software fundraising nonprofit capital venture stayclassy classyThe funding came from Mithril Capital Management and Salesforce Ventures.