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Though no one in the Pentagon asked, Port San Antonio wants to help the 16th Air Force find a new home to carry out its military cyber mission on the organization's Southwest Side industrial campus.
Jim Perschbach, the port's president and CEO, has long said that electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft flying around the city could become common in a few years.
Thousands of students filed into Wolff Municipal Stadium Monday morning to observe the long-awaited solar eclipse as part of a watch party hosted by the Witte Museum and DoSeum.
Plus, stakeholders continue to push for more ACP funding as the program winds down, Connecticut releases $41 million for broadband, and San Antonio is supporting small businesses with digital skills training.
In response to surging student interest, the University of Texas at San Antonio is creating a dedicated college to focus on artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and other programs related to computing and data science.
(TNS) — Construction has turned sections of Lower Broadway, one of the main arteries into and out of downtown, into impassable hellscapes.
The University of Texas at San Antonio will use a grant from the National Science Foundation to establish the National DigiFoundry, a consortium that could enhance management of digital assets such as cryptocurrencies.
The city of San Antonio will spend $30.8 million to install solar panels on 42 city-owned sites starting this spring, with most of the panels placed on rooftops or arranged to create parking canopies.
The San Antonio-based drone maker, Darkhive Inc., has tripled its workforce and is planning to move into a new 10,000-square-foot facility in the Lone Star neighborhood south of downtown.
The rise of artificial intelligence brings tools that help cyber criminals clean up language, opening new doors for hackers to break into networks through emails that trick recipients into sharing personal info.