Public testimony at a Congressional redistricting hearing Thursday centered on past gerrymandering by the Texas Legislature and urged lawmakers against drawing unfair maps in the 2021 process.
Chargify launched an expanded software product that now includes revenue management, in addition to its billing services, as it introduced a new CEO.
After hosting its fifth Mexican national soccer team game in as many years, the City of San Antonio has its sights set on scoring bigger El Tri events in the future.
A billion-dollar company has moved into San Antonio with its sights set on leasing apartments in the urban core and then listing them on sites like Airbnb.
Julián Castro is set for a crucial debate next week in Houston, where he hopes to keep what some say are the dying embers of a presidential campaign lit.
Soledad Street-based Dura Software has grown its roster of tech companies from one to two – with the acquisition of Danish company Nordic IT.
UTSA professor Greg White is an advocate for greater information-sharing to strengthen the nation’s defenses against cyberattacks.
City Council’s Innovation and Technology Committee will test autonomous vehicles on Monday as the City contemplates self-driving shuttles in Brooks.
A 65-year-old North East ISD school has been converted into a pre-K academy for 400 4-year-olds in hopes of reversing the district’s declining enrollment.
Plus One Robotics has moved into a larger space to accommodate an operation that is bursting at the seams as its warehouse automation business gains traction.