The move comes after residents living near a hut in Haskin Park complained that it damaged the park and was built without community input.
HDRC voted unanimously to send design plans regarding two Google Fiber “network huts” back to the drawing board Wednesday.
Five of Google’s huts will be located within public parks, two at libraries, five at fire stations, one at a police station, one on a vacant parcel, and one near a drainage feature.
AUSTIN — A “smart city” has more than just state-of-the-art solutions to the challenges of growth.
San Antonio-based insurance, banking and investment giant USAA is moving more than 100 workers downtown to its One Riverwalk Place tower in the central business district, and establishing a 100-person design studio in downtown Austin, a company spokesman confirmed Thursday.
Until two weeks ago, most of the students in the ConnectHome training program had never used or owned a personal computer, but they celebrated their new found computer skills – and new MacBook Pros – during a graduation ceremony Thursday afternoon.
Google Fiber announced Thursday that its design phase for the city is complete, and it will begin deploying 4,000 linear miles of fiber-optic cable across San Antonio.
It’s Google Fiber.
Five San Antonio public housing communities will soon have access to some of the fastest Internet speeds in the country, for free. Google Fiber and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Wednesday morning that five San Antonio Housing Authority developments will receive 1,000-megabits-per-second Internet service through ConnectHome.
Tiny fingers quickly pressed the keys of a keyboard as parents sat next to their children, resting their arms on the back of their child’s seat.