Virtual reality allows prospective buyers to “tour” Zephyr’s Bankers Hill condos before they’re built
Driverless cars could be shuttling us around as early as 2020. So, who wins and who loses when nearby parking becomes obsolete?
Average drivers are at the core of the San Diego company’s ad platform
How the neighborhood went from a small fishing colony to the largest Little Italy in the country
Plus: San Diego EDC’s top 10 stories and what to do with a genetic testing kit
Facts and figures from around the innovation scene
Updates and impacts from four different cities around the world
Half the world’s population still lacks internet service. ViaSat is working to change that.
A pilot project pairs local surfers with smart surfboard fins that help scientists track changes in the ocean
Local VR company Nanome zooms in on the building blocks of life
What’s it like to work in an office where you don’t have a designated desk and there’s a kitchen with beer on tap?
There’s a tech cluster among all the craft breweries
Carlsbad’s Raken innovates a previously old-school part of the construction process
In a big rollout this summer, the city is outfitting its streets to track urban growth
Apply to this sporty springboard program
San Diegans in the South Pole, surfing gear made from algae, and more
Scientists have managed to 3-D print living tissue and human organs
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