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Netlist Inc. will sell $15 million in common stock, the Irvine-based storage equipment maker said today.
Aliso Viejo-based Smith Micro Software announced today that it’s raised $4M in funding from Unterberg Koller Capital Fund L.P. in New York, along with William Smith, the company’s founder and chief executive.
Smith Micro Software Inc. has regained compliance with the NASDAQ Stock Market’s minimum bid price requirement, the Aliso Viejo company announced today.
The parent company of Aliso Viejo-based startup FantasyAces LLC has entered an agreement to acquire a database of fantasy sports players from Gaming Nation Inc.
Irvine-based Lantronix Inc. reported lower net losses in its most recent quarter and year; shares rose 15% after-hours Tuesday but declined on a sell-off in Wednesday trading
Acacia Research Corp. will lend $20 million to Veritone Inc. in a deal that could be worth up to $50 million to Veritone.
Santa Ana-based Allied Universal will launch its autonomous robot products at an unveiling event in Irvine today.
The former interim chief executive of Irvine-based Ubiquity Inc., which is transitioning away from media and into augmented and virtual reality, has been slapped with civil fraud charges by the Securities and Exchange Commission and criminal fraud charges by the Department of Justice.
NarrativeWave raised $1.2 million in Series C funding, bringing its total funding to $3.2 million.
Twitch.tv, the world’s largest live-streaming site for gaming content, has acquired Irvine-based Curse Inc., which creates content for gamers.
Shares of Smith Micro Software Inc. are down in its first trading session after the Aliso Viejo-based company initiated a reverse stock split before the start of trading today.
Aliso Viejo-based chipmaker Microsemi Corp. has taken naming rights of the Los Angeles Rams practice facility at University of California-Irvine.
Wanxiang Group Corp., the parent company of Karma Automotive LLC in Costa Mesa, plans to manufacture electric cars in China, according to Bloomberg.
Laguna Beach-based virtual reality content maker NextVR Inc. said it has completed an $80 million round of funding, led by a syndicate of Asian technology companies.
Karma Automotive LLC in Costa Mesa said its distribution strategy for the new Revero car will include 10 independent dealers and a company-owned “brand-experience center” in Orange County.