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Licensing Business May Be on the Line

LEGAL: Qualcomm Case To Take Time to Play OutIt seemed like Qualcomm Inc. was in the clear after the company struck a settlement with Apple Inc. The deal removed several of Qualcomm’s largest legal obstacles, and returned one of its largest customers for the next six years.

DOJ Asks Court to Pause Antitrust Enforcement Against Qualcomm

In an amicus brief filed Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Justice asked an appeals court to grant Qualcomm's request for a stay.

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Qualcomm Upgrades Latest Chipset for Gaming, VR

Qualcomm introduced its newest chipset, the Snapdragon 855 Plus, which includes improvements that make it better suited to gaming and virtual reality.

Sony Launches $185 Million Tech Fund

Sony launched a new fund, Innovation Growth Ventures, to invest in tech startups.

UC Board of Regents To Receive $50M in Settlement From USC

It Was Alleged That School Poached Research Program; USC Admits Ethics Lapses

The University of Southern California will pay UC San Diego $50 million to settle a lawsuit that alleged USC improperly commandeered an Alzheimer’s

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Brain Corp. to Open Its First European Headquarters

Amsterdam Selected for Its Established Ecosystem Supporting AI and Robotics

Brain Corp., a San Diego company developing technology that allows industrial cleaning robots to drive themselves, plans to open its first European offices in the Netherlands.

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Nanome Creates Platform To Visualize Molecules In 3-D Interface

Company Licenses Out Its Software on A Subscription Basis

While pursuing his degree in nanoengineering program, Nanome founder and CEO Steven McCloskey had an idea: Why not create a tool that makes it easier to visualize molecules, using computer graphics?

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Incubator Shuts Down Amid Controversy and Pending Lawsuit

ThinkTank Innovation, a new tech incubator in UTC, shut down on Monday after its CEO and board were hit with fraud allegations in a lawsuit.

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Dempsey Takes Unusual Early Role in Project

CONSTRUCTION: Crafting This Learning Environment Called for Creative Touches

A drab, run-of-the-mill Kearny Mesa office building has been transformed into a magical land of airplanes and spacecraft in a school that’s carefully designed to meet the special needs of autistic children.

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Judge Denies Qualcomm’s Request for Stay in Antitrust Ruling

District Judge Lucy Koh denied Qualcomm's request for a stay after she found the company's licensing practices violated antitrust law.

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Grocery E-commerce Startup Mercato Raises $4 Million

Mercato, a San Diego startup building a delivery platform for independent grocers, recently closed on $4 million in funding.

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EvoNexus Head Joins GroGuru’s Board

EvoNexus CEO Rory Moore joined San Diego AgTech startup GroGuru's board.

Brain Corp Opens New European HQ

Self-driving robot company Brain Corp. is opening a new office in Amsterdam, its second location overseas.

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Netradyne on Path to Gather 2.7M Miles Of U.S. Road Data

Specialist Looking for Insight on Trouble Spots

Netradyne has its eyes on the road.

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CureMatch Hires First CTO

CureMatch, a San Diego startup that matches matches cancer treatments with patients, hired its first CFO and CTO.

Teradata Hires Chief Revenue Officer

Teradata hired former Cisco sales executive Scott Brown to head up the company's global sales.

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