UTSA researchers have found that many smart light bulbs on the market have vulnerabilities that attackers can exploit to steal your data.
Bird, Lime, and Razor will continue to serve the San Antonio market. Other scooter companies will have to pick up their scooters before Jan. 12.
Four months after Blue Duck was declared ineligible from operating scooters in its hometown, the electric scooter-share startup has decided to take its wares abroad – to Ireland.
WeWork’s San Antonio coworking space is still set to open next year in the downtown tech district – despite the company’s recent fall from grace.
San Antonio ISD is issuing thousands of devices – Wi-Fi hotspots and LTE-enabled smartphones – to students who do not have access to the internet at home.
The City has launched a survey to understand the scope of the digital divide, a problem that affects a quarter of San Antonio residents.
The 40th annual Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner took place Thursday, as thousands filled the Henry B. González Convention Center to receive a meal.
After 25 years of growing her internet services company, Janie Gonzalez is ready to grow a new generation of webheads in South Texas.
Blue Duck Scooters will be gone from San Antonio in January, but the company isn’t dwelling on its past missteps as it aims to break into smaller cities.
Julián Castro’s 2020 presidential campaign appears to be on the ropes after missing the November debate, but the candidate vowed Thursday to push on.