Report: Drones Tracking Your Mobile Phone In The San Fernando Valley

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Think you see some suspicious drones overhead in the San Fernando Valley? They are not even a local unmanned aerial vehicle maker testing their products. Singapore''s Adnear said it has been flying drones around the San Fernando Valley since early February, tracking mobile device locations based on Wi-Fi and cell transmissions, in order to track audience profiling data for marketers. drones wifi wireless tracking fernando valley angeles losangeles

Transportation Weekly: Uber’s spending habits, Tesla Model Y, scooters and AVs in Austin

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BMW i Ventures invested in Bright Machines, a San Francisco-based company that has combined software and robotics to help automotive, computer and electronic brands improve product quality, throughput, and factory optimization. I saw these pedicabs-sans-riders everywhere in Austin.

ServiceTitan is LA’s least likely contender to be the next billion-dollar startup

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Located at the southeastern tip of the San Fernando Valley, the Los Angeles suburb counts its biggest employers as the adhesive manufacturer Avery Dennison; the Los Angeles industrial team for the real estate developer CBRE; the International House of Pancakes; Disney Consumer Products; DreamWorks Studios; Walt Disney Animation and Univision. Instead, they empower them to be more efficient and productive. The city of Glendale, Calif.

Precision Dynamics Buys TimeMed Labeling Systems

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San Fernando-based Precision Dynamics Corporation, a provider of identification and labeling products for the hospital and healthcare market, has acquired TimeMed Labeling Systems, which creates specialty healthcare labels, the firms said Tuesday.

Why Technology is Driving More Urban Renewal

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Like many I read the headlines about Pinterest moving from Palo Alto to San Francisco and thought about the trend it portends. Palo Also is about 35 miles south of San Francisco. And post production. And it’s not just the movement from Palo Alto to San Francisco. In LA companies used to be concentrated near Pasadena or in the San Fernando Valley. had free buses with wifi from San Francisco to their Palo Alto and Sunnyvale headquarters.

What I Learned In 2015: Lief Morin, KeyInfo

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For Key Information Systems, it was building, productizing, and going-to-market with a complete set of data center services. In 2004, Lief was recognized by the San Fernando Valley Business Journal's �40 Under 40� list.