Conversation and beer flowed Tuesday as techies and revelers got their second taste of San Antonio’s tech district during Fiesta.
A City Council committee on Tuesday recommended Brooks and the South Texas Medical Center as proving grounds for smart-city technology.
USAA’s new innovation space showcases an “empathy lab” using smart home technology and wearables to detect a person’s PTSD episode.
Jeannine Wild, an executive recruiter for Rackspace, will be the San Antonio area’s first Chief Talent & Recruitment Officer. Her hiring was to be formally announced Thursday.
Online job postings from August to January in the local IT, manufacturing, and healthcare sectors took a 5.8 percent dip from the same period the year before, according to a local workforce report released Wednesday.
Easy Expunctions, an online platform helping people clear their criminal records, received a $100,000 investment from an Austin tech accelerator.
If all goes according to plan, the City will by year’s end name an new innovation zone, a pilot area to test so-called smart city initiatives in San Antonio.
The local healthcare industry is looking to open up channels of collaboration to create world-class health technology offerings in San Antonio.
Geekdom has selected six local startups for its Pre-Accelerator program, a six-week preparation and mentorship initiative.
EPIcenter, a nonprofit organization with plans to turn a former power plant on the Mission Reach into a think tank for energy innovation, will announce Tuesday the first cohort of its New Energy Incubator and Accelerator.