Boeing, which builds Air Force One planes in West San Antonio was awarded a $3.9 billion contract Thursday to design, build, test, and deliver two new Presidential aircraft by 2024.
With a chance to win as much as $400,000 in funding, the San Antonio Housing Authority made the final cut Thursday of a national contest to address the digital divide.
Amazon and H-E-B have been moving chess pieces as the local grocer’s near-monopoly appears to be facing its first veritable challenge in years.
Riding a wave of recent momentum in his bid to oust U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke opened his San Antonio field office Saturday.
A $500,000 National Science Foundation grant will help UTSA build a high-speed, internet network dedicated to research known as a science DMZ.
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.
The Merge Cube, launched last year by San Antonio’s Merge VR, has classroom applications ranging from playfully diversionary to mind-nourishing.
H-E-B has launched one-hour beer and wine delivery in San Antonio in the company’s latest move to compete with high-tech delivery services.
New construction at the Museum of Science and Technology will play a central role in Port San Antonio’s future strategy as a high-tech hub.
The Texas Biomedical Research Institute says its new 10-year strategic vision for the institute’s future – which entails building two new facilities and doubling in staff – is already in motion.