San Antonio has made progress in its aim to become a tech city, but work remains to be done, industry leaders said Tuesday at downtown startup hub Geekdom.
Local business leaders who had opposed three city charter amendments on the ballot are frustrated, if not surprised, by Tuesday’s election results.
In a development that local tech leaders said legitimizes the city’s budding tech district, WeWork will open a downtown San Antonio co-working space in late 2019, the company confirmed Friday.
City of San Antonio staff proposed rules for e-scooters, garnering support from both City Council members and the companies that will be subject to them.
H-E-B announced Wednesday it is building a facility in Austin to house its delivery subsidiary Favor and expanding digital departments.
Reports of accidents involving electric scooters have begun to surface locally as the City Council contemplates how to regulate them.
As it gears up for a potential second offering on the public market, what does the future hold for one of the city’s startup success stories: Rackspace?
San Antonio ranks 46th among the top 50 North American markets when it comes to tech talent, according to an annual ranking.
Another regulatory quagmire looms as e-scooters descend on San Antonio, but this time feels less adversarial than a 2015 rideshare debate as lawmakers and stakeholders come to the table.
State Rep. Diego Bernal and Mayor Ron Nirenberg urged support for LGBTQIA rights at Tech Bloc’s Tech2sDay event.