The 4th Court of Appeals in San Antonio overturned a $706 million verdict from 2018 on Wednesday, reversing a trial court’s decision on local tech firm.
The coronvairus pandemic may have accelerated the rate at which companies adopt artificial intelligence, local experts say.
A local VFW post is hoping the addition of a new esports suite will draw in younger veterans by creating a space these men and women are comfortable in.
Since many people began working from home, San Antonio cybersecurity experts have noticed an uptick in coronavirus-related attacks.
Alamo Angels will become an affiliated organization within the Texas Research and Technology Foundation, the nonprofit announced Wednesday.
The San Antonio robotics company has become the first to scientifically prove its robot can sterilize a room of the novel coronavirus in under two minutes.
Texas healthcare workers and essential workers are still in need of more PPE – and San Antonio manufacturers have stepped up to help.
Local tech leaders came together Tuesday to virtually discuss the city’s technology industry and raise money for SAISD students lacking internet access.
As thousands of students were ordered to stay home in response to the pandemic, the lack of internet access by a fourth of SA’s residents became pressing.
Scientists around San Antonio are experimenting in their own labs with unique ways to combat SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
An increase in demand for curbside service has caused H-E-B to rethink its schedules and drove a software developer to come up with his own solution.
A San Antonio team developing a prototype of an emergency ventilator system has begun testing the device on a lung simulator, members said Friday.
Workforce development organizations have teamed up to inform people hit by job losses about free online courses and other opportunities to learn new skills.