A locally based tech company is hoping its robot product can help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, following news of a confirmed case of the disease in San Antonio on Thursday.
When it comes to teaching anatomy to medical students, technology has its place at UT Health San Antonio, but there’s no replacement for a real cadaver.
Rick Morris’ digital health startup GaitIQ is taking aim at Alzheimer’s disease using technology that senses subtle changes in the way patients walk.
The City has launched a survey to understand the scope of the digital divide, a problem that affects a quarter of San Antonio residents.
After 25 years of growing her internet services company, Janie Gonzalez is ready to grow a new generation of webheads in South Texas.
Blue Duck Scooters will be gone from San Antonio in January, but the company isn’t dwelling on its past missteps as it aims to break into smaller cities.
Port San Antonio is one step closer to building a multi-purpose venue set to host esports tournaments, robotics competitions, concerts, and conferences.
As part of a nationwide contraction of its scooter program, Lyft has announced it’s departing San Antonio next week and withdrawing its bid to keep operating locally.
Long considered one of two of the city’s most popular e-scooter options, Bird appears set to miss the cut for a contract with San Antonio.
A panel of experts said building bicycle lanes and other multimodal projects in San Antonio will take political will but can be done.
Faced with revenue challenges and the loss of its title sponsor, San Antonio Bike Share is in jeopardy of shutting down, its leaders say.
Hoping to pick up the pieces after a few public blunders, Blue Duck Scooters has taken the first steps toward raising $30 million in capital.
Lime, Lyft, and Razor have been recommended to receive three contracts to operate electric scooters in the city beyond this fall.