AT&T announced Tuesday it has turned on its new 5G mobile network in 12 cities, including San Antonio.
The utility’s board of trustees on Monday voted to declare its current downtown campus and a service center on San Pedro Avenue as surplus properties.
AT&T mobile customers in San Antonio are set to get 5G capabilities, the latest generation in wireless technology, the company announced Monday.
The only way San Antonio will become more competitive is by ensuring its youth shows up at the starting line and competes with every other U.S. city in the race.
In pursuit of the City’s goal of reaching 4,000 miles of fiber-optic cable, more SA neighborhoods are being equipped with ultra-fast internet access.
As of Tuesday, additional households in the Westover Hills neighborhood can sign up for Google Fiber’s high-speed internet service.
Leaders like Ed Whitacre Jr. don’t ever retire, they just pause between challenges. If boredom doesn’t get them first, a call to duty will.
Come January, more than 200 local tech professionals will mentor students on their path toward educational and career opportunities.
Designed to showcase San Antonio’s tech ecosystem, SA Tech Trek drew larger than expected crowds eager to peek into the offices of downtown startups.
A new Fiesta event – a “tech crawl,” if you will – aims to lure technology enthusiasts downtown to mingle in San Antonio’s growing tech district.