More than 30 people turned out Thursday morning for TechX, a talk-centric event about new technologies and products sponsored by the Valley Economic Alliance.
A holographic advertising display, powered by Chatsworth-based Provision Interactive Technologies Inc., will be available on Coinstar LLC’s coin-counting kiosks in most Giant Eagle supermarkets, Coinstar announced Tuesday.
Airborne Wireless Network has received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to conduct test flights with Cessna 172 aircraft.
Semtech Corp. beat Wall Street expectation on adjusted earnings and revenue in the fiscal first quarter.
Technology company ISSquared has acquired Starnet Data Design in a move that allows the Conejo Valley company to expand its product and service offerings.
US Nuclear Corp. has signed an agreement with a Newbury Park company to receive the non-exclusive rights to sell its chemical sniffers.
Semtech Corp. has partnered with Comcast Corp.’s Internet of Things network service to co-sponsor a program for city government agencies to develop and deploy smart city products and services.
Interlink Electronics Inc. reports lower revenue and earnings, while Second Sight has a widening loss.
FloQast Inc. has named Amit Nayar as its new vice president of engineering.
Xavient Digital plans to hire 250 employees in California and the Northeast U.S., the company announced Monday.
Data Direct Networks has opened a new facility in Colorado Springs that expands its lab and testing capabilities.
California Resources Corp. has acquired the remaining surface and mineral rights to California’s largest natural gas-producing oil field from Chevron Corp., the company announced Monday.
AeroVironment Inc. has conducted a maritime demonstration of the automated sensor-to-shooter function for its Puma and Switchblade drones from a U.S. Navy ship, the company announced Monday.
Agoura Hills-based Key Information Systems Inc. has been acquired by a Canadian technology firm, the companies announced.
A Glendale man who ran the music sharing site Sharebeast.com was sentenced to prison Thursday for criminal copyright infringement, the Justice Department has announced.