AT&T mobile customers in San Antonio are set to get 5G capabilities, the latest generation in wireless technology, the company announced Monday.
Geekdom’s co-founders touched on a range of subjects Monday in a “Fireside Chat” about the tech ecosystem in the city.
130 Alamo Heights High School students are participating in a year-long business incubator, taking their startups from ideating to developing a product and pitching it.
The Southwest Research Institute recently announced the launch of its Collaborative Robotics Laboratory, a testing ground to help robots and humans work hand in hand.
Officials from the company unveiled a San Antonio headquarters and Driver Support Center at 8610 Broadway St. Thursday as well as a property at 8770 Crownhill Blvd. to offer a service that has yet to be offered in the city until a few weeks ago.
The University of Texas at San Antonio secured funding Thursday for two new downtown campus facilities: a $33 million National Security Collaboration Center and a $57 million School of Data Science.
Cat Dizon becomes the fledgling organization’s second executive director replacing founding executive director Chris Burney.
H-E-B announced Wednesday it is building a facility in Austin to house its delivery subsidiary Favor and expanding digital departments.
San Antonians have an increasing number of tech-enabled odd jobs from which to choose, whether it’s to supplement other income or provide flexible employment.
Bexar County wants to survey its employees to see if they would take advantage of a stipend for taking rideshares or e-scooters to work.