• San Diego Union-Tribune
    Semi and Qualcomm move ahead with technologies that route, amplify and filter airwave signals on increasingly complicated wireless networks.
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Spotlighted is Sally Ride, the first U.S. woman in space, who encouraged girls’ interest in science with her namesake educational program, Sally Ride Science, based at UC San Diego. Here are 11 other women in science and research you should know.
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    But astronaut Jessica Meir aches to return to the International Space Station, where the UC San Diego graduate recently spent seven months orbiting Earth at 5 miles a second. Meir did three spacewalks,
  • Times of San Diego
    According to an email chain, Josh Shaner renewed a pitch to the San Diego Police Department for a "mobile intelligence system" that he called Phantom.
  • Times of San Diego
    Red Door Interactive, a national marketing firm based in San Diego, has developed an algorithmic model predicting when each state can safely reopen.
  • NBC 7 San Diego
    More than three dozen local high school students who won new laptop computers for writing about their visions for San Diego transit were recognized Tuesday at a virtual awards ceremony organized by the Metropolitan Transit System.
  • Times of San Diego
    The National Academy of Sciences recognized five UC San Diego faculty members this week for "distinguished and continuing achievements" in research.
  • NBC 7 San Diego
    Eugene Brucker Education Center is headquarters of the San Diego Unified School District. File photo The San Diego Unified School District announced Thursday nearly 90% of students have connected to distance-learning classes since the start of the soft launch period on April 6. Students and teachers will begin formal graded online instruction ...
  • NBC 7 San Diego
    Hundreds of laptops and WiFi devices will be handed out to San Diego City College students on Friday to help students succeed during online-only classes brought upon by the coronavirus pandemic. The distribution is a big relief for 500 students who have been struggling with the transition to online-only classes since campuses shut down.
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    James Armstrong gasped when he learned what happened during his daughter’s high school advanced biology class, which held a Zoom meeting on Monday, the first day of San Diego Unified’s soft launch of distance learning. A person with the username “Dee Znuts” wore a red ski mask and a red sweatshirt during the meeting and made several ...
  • ABC 10 News
    SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- San Diego ranks as a top contender for STEM jobs in the country. To show off our local talent, the first San Diego Tech Women's Summit kicks off Saturday. The conference held at Qualcomm brings in hundreds of engineers, researchers, scientists and every woman in between. Behind it all, there's CEO of Athena, Holly Smithson ...
  • Business Wire
    SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Explore the latest in optical communications innovation, data-center connectivity, machine learning/artificial intelligence (AI), applications of optical networks in 5G and cloud computing at The Optical Networking and Communication Conference & Exhibition (OFC), the single-most important annual event in optical ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Following Twitter and Facebook's lead, local startup Trust & Will has decided not to participate in the South by Southwest festival in Austin this month
  • Times of San Diego
    San Diego is blessed to have many, many generous charitable donors. Extrapolating from national statistics, San Diegans likely donated over $4 billion to charity in 2018 alone. That’s a lot of money, yet San Diego, like most American cities, still faces enormous challenges—homelessness, affordable housing, food insecurity, and good jobs ...
  • Times of San Diego
    Map from Google Analytics shows where Times of San Diego was read in February. Times of San Diego was read by 400,504 people in February, a 23% increase in readership compared to the same month of 2019. Thanks to the popularity of the website’s primary election coverage, the February readership was also higher than last month’s 345,363.
  • NBC 7 San Diego
    A controversial start-up company that compiles billions of photos for facial recognition technology was tested, then discontinued in San Diego among concerns about mass surveillance and privacy NBCUniversal, Inc. Picture this: your Instagram or Facebook photos all compiled as part of a facial recognition database that’s available to law ...
  • Fox 5 San Diego
    1. Sponsors. This sweepstakes (“Sweepstakes”) is sponsored by KSWB (“Station”), 7191 Engineer Road, San Diego, California 92111 and San Diego Legion, 5998 Alcala Park, San Diego, California 92110 (collectively, the “Sponsor(s)”).This Sweepstakes is void where taxed, restricted, or prohibited and is subject to all local, state ...
  • The Athletic
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  • CBS News 8
    SAN DIEGO — A San Diego Superior Court decision to release a Sexually Violent Predator known as the "Bolder-Than-Most" rapist from a state hospital and into the community was overturned by an appeals court, according to an opinion released by the court Monday. The 4th District Court of Appeals cited concern over the judge who presided over ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Backed by Amazon, Samsung and PepsiCo, this local startup intends to ramp up mass production of its bluetooth tech