Plug and Play San Diego Finds Home in New Downtown Works Space
OCTOBER 30, 2016
DeskHub, a co-working space in San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood, recently expanded its space by 8,000 square feet.
Xconomy Special Report: 12 San Diego Tech Startup to Watch in 2017
NOVEMBER 13, 2016
View the Slideshow A little more than a year ago, amid a resurgence in San Diego’s software sector, Xconomy identified a baker’s dozen of local tech companies to watch in 2016. Four of the companies on this year’s list also reflect how San Diego’s tech and life sciences communities have been coming together in interesting ways.
San Diego Startups Raise $287M in Third Quarter, and Top 10 Deals
OCTOBER 11, 2016
Venture Capital investments in San Diego startups fell by roughly a third during the three months that ended September 30, according to data released recently by Seattle-based PitchBook and the National Venture Capital Association. San Diego. $35 million. San Diego. $20 million. San Diego. $20 million.
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.
UC San Diego Nobel Laureate Roger Tsien Dies at 64
AUGUST 31, 2016
He was 64, and had been a professor at the UC San Diego School of Medicine for 27 years. Various Fluorescing Proteins.
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.
Santa Barbara, San Diego Tops On Per-Capita Venture Capital
JULY 15, 2013
San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos was number 7, with $36.6M in deals and 3.3 San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara; 2. READ MORE>>.
San Diego Innovation Economy Extended Gains in 2015: Connect Report
SEPTEMBER 15, 2016
That’s according to a report being released today by Connect, the local nonprofit group focused on technology and entrepreneurship.
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.
San Diego’s KnuEdge, Stealthy Since 2005, Unveils Neural Tech
JUNE 6, 2016
—LambdaFabric, computer processor technology based on neurobiological principles that is intended to accelerate neural computing technology.
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.
Tealium Adds $35M to Expand Technology, Sharpen Customer Focus
SEPTEMBER 26, 2016
Tealium, a San-Diego startup that provides online advertising tag management and marketing services for enterprise customers, has raised $35 million in a growth financing deal intended to expand its technology and market reach. The company’s workforce has grown to about 270, including 80 in San Diego.
Synthetic Genomics Creates Host Organism Optimized for Bio Industry
AUGUST 29, 2016
Craig Venter Life Sciences microorganism people Recombinant DNA Technology Synthetic Biology Synthetic Genomics V. coli as a host organism.
Todd Hylton Adds Neural Tech Expertise to UCSD Robotics Institute
AUGUST 30, 2016
UC San Diego has named Todd Hylton, a veteran tech industry manager and expert in neural-based processing technology, as executive director of its new Contextual Robotics Institute. Hylton’s appointment comes less than two months after UC San Diego named Henrik Christensen as director of the robotics institute.
With $18M, Reflexion Health Expands Physical Therapy Technology
JUNE 29, 2016
The change has sparked a lot of interest in Reflexion and its Vera technology as a way to reduce rehab costs, Smith said.
Qualcomm and AT&T Partner to Use Wireless Network for Drone Flights
SEPTEMBER 6, 2016
In today’s announcement, Qualcomm Technologies and AT&T say they intend to operate drones on commercial 4G LTE networks.
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>>.
Avelas Bio Raises $20M to Push Cancer-Illuminating Biologic Agent
AUGUST 17, 2016
and San Diego’s Avalon Ventures. The first-in-human trials of AVB-620 began last year at UC San Diego’s Moores Cancer Center.
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.
Avalon Leads $18M in Early Funding for Cancer Immunotherapy Startup
SEPTEMBER 27, 2016
[ Note: The headline has been corrected to better describe the company’s type of funding. 9/27/16, 2:09 p.m. Bregua Corp.,
Kyocera Consolidates Operations Into San Diego
APRIL 11, 2014
Kyocera said Thursday that it is consolidating two of its North American business units into a single location in San Diego. Kyocera SLC Technologies (KST) is a provider of organic flip-chip ball-grid-array substrates used in high-end application-specific integrated circuit applications. kyocera diego electronics toppan
Echo Labs Wins “Quick Pitch” Contest with Digital Hybrid Microscope
OCTOBER 10, 2016
It was the first time the San Diego angels group has enabled the audience to choose the winners of its signature event, the John G.
Startups Move Into New EvoNexus San Diego Incubator
FEBRUARY 6, 2012
evonexus startup commnexus incubator technology internet acceleratorThe new startups moved into the incubator last week. READ MORE>>.
San Diego Sees Strong Cybersecurity Growth As Firms Seek Talent
JUNE 23, 2016
San Diego’s cybersecurity workforce has grown by nearly 15 percent over the past two years, according to a study released today by the Cyber Center of Excellence, a nonprofit industry group created to boost cybersecurity jobs and technologies in the region. The center also asked the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corp.
New U.S. “Roadmap” Lays Out Routes to Accelerate Robotic Technologies
NOVEMBER 9, 2016
His talk amounted to a state-of-the-industry report on robotics, and highlighted key findings of the 107-page update of the U.S. Robotics Roadmap.
The Convergence of Information Technology and the Life Sciences
NOVEMBER 22, 2016
We are at an incredible inflection point in the traditionally distinct fields of information technology and the life sciences.
Nervana’s $400M+ Buyout Reflects Key Tech Trend in Machine Learning
AUGUST 10, 2016
Rao added, “With this acquisition, Intel is formally committing to pushing the forefront of AI technologies.”.
Water Metering Startup Wins Vote for “Best Demo” at EvoNexus Event
OCTOBER 24, 2016
A San Diego civil engineer who has developed an alternative technology for automating the measurement of water flow gave the best presentation at EvoNexus Fall Demo Day, an event that drew nearly 400 entrepreneurs, investors, and supporters late Thursday to Qualcomm’s corporate headquarters. Water Pigeon Web wireless
Organovo to Test Pre-Clinical Drugs on Bio-Printed Kidney Tissue
SEPTEMBER 9, 2016
As Murphy put it recently, “We don’t think of ourselves as a bio-printing company any more. Now Organovo is expanding its capabilities.
An Homage to Larry Bock, Who Had God’s Hand on His Shoulder
JULY 10, 2016
When Xconomy came to San Diego in 2008, he also readily volunteered to help our editorial mission as an Xconomist. ). Larry Bock.
With $30M Infusion, Certona Aims for Bigger Share of Digital Retail
OCTOBER 16, 2016
After raising $30 million, San Diego-based Certona said it is moving to accelerate its product development, expand its sales and marketing team, and improve its client services as an e-commerce technology vendor. Certona uses the data to offer shoppers personalized options based on “real-time profiling.”. billion. billion.
Cybersecurity Startup MedCrypt Gets $750K to Defend Health Devices
SEPTEMBER 13, 2016
Safeguard Scientifics also is an investor in Sotera Wireless, the San Diego-based maker of wireless devices for remote patient monitoring.).
Organovo Discloses First Preclinical Data on Human Liver “Patch”
DECEMBER 13, 2016
After taking the first steps toward the development of living human liver tissue “patches” for therapeutic use, San Diego-based Organovo (NASDAQ: ONVO ) is laying out its pre-clinical data for the first time today. And the company says the results are promising enough to warrant further development of the technology.
Cybersecurity Firm Proficio Raises $12M in Private Equity Round
NOVEMBER 27, 2016
The Los Angeles-based private equity firm provided funding from its Kayne Partners Fund Group, which invests in high-growth technology businesses. Proficio, a Carlsbad, CA-based startup providing cybersecurity protection services for middle market companies, has raised $12 million in an investment round led by Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors.
How a War on Climate Change Could Restore Economic Growth in America
AUGUST 23, 2016
The technological leaps of the special century, which began with telegraphy and railroads and ended with mainframes and moonwalks, are obvious.
San Diego, Irvine Tops For Engineering Job Demand, Says Report
MAY 21, 2013
Two, Southern California markets-- San Diego and Irvine --are among the top ares for engineering job demand, according to a report today.
As Drone Navigation Advances, SlantRange Focuses on Farm Analytics
JULY 12, 2016
In the meantime, the robotics industry is racing to advance “intelligent navigation” technologies intended to enable unmanned aerial systems to fly autonomously out of view, and to avoid telephone lines, trees, and other obstacles along the way. At first, the farmers thought they were crazy, Ritter recalled. Then they became investors.
Why Teenagers Make Great Entrepreneurs
AUGUST 5, 2016
It’s no secret that this generation of young people is technologically savvy. What is the ideal age to start a company? Wrong.
With New Program, DARPA To Encourage Safety “Brakes” For Gene Editing
OCTOBER 5, 2016
“We should couple innovation with biosecurity,” DARPA program manager Renee Wegrzyn, said Tuesday at the SynBioBeta conference in South San Francisco. Drugs that use molecular scissors to snip out or replace defective genes. Altered mosquitoes meant to sabotage entire disease-carrying populations. The U.S.
Ostendo Raising Funds to Advance Virtual Reality Display Technology
JULY 26, 2016
Ostendo Technologies, a Carlsbad, CA-based company founded in 2005 to advance curved screens and other innovative display technologies, has raised $41.8 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.