San Diego startups raised just over $889 million in the second quarter of 2019, a slight increase from last year.
Agtech Co. Developing Sensors to Monitor Moisture, Salinity
GroGuru, a San Diego startup building sensors for crops, named EvoNexus CEO Rory Moore to its board on July 1.
In an amicus brief filed Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Justice asked an appeals court to grant Qualcomm's request for a stay.
Qualcomm introduced its newest chipset, the Snapdragon 855 Plus, which includes improvements that make it better suited to gaming and virtual reality.
Sony launched a new fund, Innovation Growth Ventures, to invest in tech startups.
Company Has Raised $28M, Plans to Start With Bigger Fleets
A number of tech firms are trying to overhaul the trucking industry.
E-Commerce Startup Aims to Deliver for Independent Grocers
Mercato, a San Diego startup building an e-commerce platform for independent grocers, recently closed a $4 million funding round.
STARTUPS: Eleven Companies Affected By Sudden Closure
With its CEO and board members facing allegations in a civil lawsuit, tech incubator ThinkTank Innovation Inc. suddenly shut down on July 8.
Carlsbad-based coworking company signed a lease to open a new space in Washington D.C. It's the fourth lease the company has signed so far this year.
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.