Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Claims Commercial Travel By 2022


Los Angeles-based Hyperloop Transportation Technologies , one of a number of companies in the LA area working on Elon Musk's concept of a high-speed transportation system, says it thinks it will have its first, commercial travel systems open to the public by 2022. In an interview with CNBC, the company's CEO, Dirk Ahlborn, said at Davos that it expects to have commercial lines open by 2022, with the ability to "try out" its systems before the end of this year.

RealD Extends Deal With Cinemark Until 2022


Beverly Hills-based 3D movie projection technology provider RealD said today with theater exhibitor Cinemark Holdings , that the two have renewed Cinemark's 3D agreement with RealD through 2022. Financial details of the deal were not announced by the two firms, which jointly announced the extension today. The companies said that Cinemark will also be installing RealD 3D systems in all of its new-build theaters during the term.

Last Chance to Save on San Diego Life Sciences 2022


There’s just one week left before Xconomy’s latest biotech event, “San Diego Life Sciences 2022.” Next Monday, December 11, we’re taking an inside look at what the San Diego life sciences landscape will look like in the year 2022.

Back to the (Near) Future: Join Us for San Diego Life Sciences 2022


We will be holding San Diego Life Sciences 2022 on Monday, December 11 at The Ilumina Theater at the Alexandria in San.

San Diego Life Sciences 2022: Photos and Takeaways


View the Slideshow Making predictions can be a tricky business. Nevertheless, Xconomy recently brought together some of San Diego’s most prominent life sciences leaders to offer their vision for what the regional biotech cluster will be like in five years. They broadly agreed that San Diego has proven itself as a great seedbed for life sciences startups. The list of recent buyouts includes Life Technologies ($13.6 billion), CareFusion ($14.4

Super Saver Rate Ending for San Diego Life Sciences 2022 on December 11


EDF Renewable Energy Wins Wind Deal In Oklahoma


EDF Renewable Energy said the deal is part of an effort by Kimberly-Clark to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 20%, well ahad of a 2022 goal by the consumer products giant. San Diego-based renewable energy developer EDF Renewable Energy has signed a big, 120 megawatt wind energy deal in Oklahoma.

Timing and why we’re all VCs

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The federal government announced that it would be pulling back $1 billion in funding that was slated for the California high-speed rail project through 2022, while also pursuing legal action to help recoup the $2.5

Semtech Sells Off Unit To Rambus

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in cash, along with a future royalty through 2022 based on sales. Camarillo-based analog and mixed signal semiconductor developer Semtech Corporation said on Monday that it has agreed to divest its Snowbush intellectual property (IP) business--which develops designs for high speed serial networking interfaces--to Rambus. Semtech said Rambus will pay $32.5M

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Teledyne Wins $10M Contract For Sensors For Mission to Jupiter


According to Teledyne, it will provide infrared detectors and electronics for the European Space Agency (ESA) JUICE mission to Jupiter, which is expected to launch in 2022. Thousand Oaks-based Teledyne Technologies said late Monday afternoon that Teledyne Scientific & Imaging, one of its subsidiaries, has been awarded $9.98M in a contract from the French Space Agency, the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES), to support a mission to Jupiter.

5 Privacy Worries on 4 Wheels: Staying Safe in the Connected Car Era


As the market for connected cars continues to grow (an estimated $155 billion by 2022 ) and more semi-autonomous vehicles roll off assembly lines , the severity of security and privacy threats rises exponentially, becoming major concerns for both car buyers and.

After Successful Pilot, Apprenti Expands Tech Training Program


million new computer programming and computer support specialist jobs will be created across the country by 2022, and as businesses across all sectors become more tech-enabled and tech-dependent, that dearth of talent will only get worse.

Allergan Wins Patent Suit


The win means that those firms will have to wait until 2022 for approval of their generic products. Irvine-based Allergan is reporting this morning that it has won a patent infringement case against Exela PharmSci, Inc., Exela PharmSci Pvt., Apotex, Inc. and Apotex Corp. in the US District Court for the District of Delaware. Allergan said the defendants were looking to make generic versions of its ALPHAGAN P drug.