Tag: hardware

  • Navitas Gets Design Win With Dell

    El Segundo-based gallium nitride (GaN) power semiconductor developer Navitas Semiconductor said today that it has been selected by Dell, for inclusion in the Dell Latitude 9000-series laptops. Shipment volumes and expected financial impact of the desig…

  • NZXT Gets $100M For Gaming PCs

    City of Industry-based NZXT, a maker of custom, gaming PCs, has raised $100M in a strategic investment, the company said this week. The funding came from private equity investor Franciso Partners. Acording to NZXT, the investment will bring on more sen…

  • Cognixion Connects With $12M For Brain-Computer Interface

    Santa Barbara-based Cognixion, a startup which says it is developing a non-invasive, wireless brain-computer interface with augmented reality display–aimed at helping those with communications and physical disabilities–has raised $12M in a funding ro…

  • Maury Microwave, Backed By Artemis Capital, Buys dBmCorp

    Ontario, California-based Maury Microwave, a developer of RF calibration, measurement, and modeling products, says it has acquired dbmCorp, a developer of designer and manufacturer of wireless link emulation equipment used for research & development, q…

  • Future Acres Links Robotics With Plant Breeder Sun World International

    Santa Monica-based agricultural robotics startup Future Acres says it has signed a collaboration agreement with global plant variety breeder and genetics licensor Sun World International to further develop its proprietary technology, the company said t…

  • Perch Mobility Snags Funding For Scooter Charging Network

    Los Angeles-based Perch Mobility, a startup that is developing portable charging “pods” aimed at helping professional chargers and scooter operators to bulk-charge scooters and e-bikes, says it has scored seed funding for its efforts. The company said …

  • EcoFlow Turns To HSN To Debut New Power Station

    Los Angeles-based EcoFlow, a developer of high end portable power station, said last week that it launched a new product, the “DELTA mini” via a launch on HSN, the Home Shopping Network. The company got its start hawking its products on Kickstarter. Th…

  • indie Semiconductor Acquires TeraXion

    Aliso Viejo-based indie Semiconductor, a developer of semiconductors for the automotive industry, says it has signed a definitive agreement to acquired TeraXion, a designer and manufacturer of photonic components. Financial terms of the buy were not an…

  • Qualcomm Debuts Reference 5G Drone

    San Diego-based Qualcomm has rolled out a reference design for a 5G enabled drone, the Flight RB5 5G platform. The new design is based in Qualcomm’s ARB5165 processor, plus its Kryo 585 CPU and Adreno 650 GPU. The reference design is designed to help m…

  • SPINN Snag $20M For Coffee Device

    A new, Los Angeles-based startup, SPINN, developing a fully automated, mobile- or voice-controlled coffee maker which grinds beans, heats water, and brews coffee for users, said on Monday that it has raised $20M in a funding round. The funding was led …