If you are one of the vast majority of Americans who put a case on your smartphone, there’s a good chance yours was designed right here in this city.
Who said video gaming isn’t productive? PlayWerk, a startup company based in Irvine, has invented a Virtual Reality (VR) simulator that allows companies to train and evaluate forklift operators in a safe environment away from the hustle and bustle of real warehouses.
The Greater Irvine Chamber of Commerce recently honored Irvine Company as “Philanthropist of the Year” for improving the quality of life for city residents.
An audacious plan recently was hatched to remodel one of Irvine’s oldest and dearest retail centers — Woodbridge Village Center.
App maker Ville Houttu believes that success stems from “getting the right people on the bus.” That’s why he moved his company — Vincit California — from Silicon Valley to Irvine Spectrum.
On August 18, 2018, Irvine Spectrum Center will celebrate the culmination of a $200 million reinvestment. The center will welcome a diverse collection of shops, including Laguna Beach jewelry brand Gorjana and San Clemente-based sock start‑up Stance.
Cybersecurity firm Cylance was the first to use Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to prevent cyber security threats.
Finishing touches are being applied to Irvine Spectrum Center’s $200 million expansion. This summer and into next year, 30 new stores and restaurants will open…
Irvine is home to five major automotive companies, as well as one-third of all Fortune 500 companies. Of these, it is Mazda North American Operations whose name stands atop 200 Spectrum Center, where it occupies five floors and the lobby.
What’s behind Irvine’s ranking as the No. 1 city in America for fiscal health?