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The First Responder Network Authority plans to invest $6.3 billion through its network contract with Dallas telecommunications giant AT&T.
The facility will feature more communal spaces and classrooms, expanded gym facilities, outdoor running paths and virtual reality training technology.
Talk About Town allows residents to learn about business development and provide feedback.
The Rio Grande Valley city continues to fund an array of Wi-Fi access points that help students and others access services.
The June cyber incident included personal information, according to a follow-up review.
Connie Corona first joined the PUCT in 1997 as a policy analyst focusing on the 1999 Texas Electric Choice Act.
The data center is in the same area where Facebook operates its massive data center campus.
TPWD has recommended approving the swap internally, and a resolution approving the land transfer is on the agenda for TPWD's meeting in Austin tomorrow.
Thomas Gleeson was appointed to the commission by Gov. Greg Abbott on Jan. 19, 2023.
Lamar State College — Port Arthur’s leadership shares what funds and tech are going into its new building.
Council officials have backed a proposal to create a regional technology corridor stretching from Dallas to Fort Worth.
During the deep freeze in December 2022, ERCOT greatly underestimated demand, a failure that could affect market prices.
The company primarily employs people with active security clearances for its work on classified government systems.
The airport sees the potential for a fully automated passenger experience in a little more than 15 years.
The City Council met this week to discuss the May attack and disclosed that 293 more people were affected by the breach.
The county's broadband committee is writing a new RFP for spending of federal dollars.
"Hydrogen is blowing and going in Texas, to say the least," said Susan Shifflett, executive director of the Texas Hydrogen Alliance.
TAMIU’s Daniel Covarrubias recently spoke about how emerging technologies can enlarge Laredo’s strong trade presence.
Mobile ticket sales and courier services have constituents and lawmakers questioning what is legal and how to regulate market effects of newer tech.
The new agreement includes the use and installation of the 28 cameras at various roadways and parks in response to an increase of break-ins.
A potential breach in 2022 led to the investigation as well as leadership changes.
A report presented by Gartner to the Commissioners Court found an excess of $11 million in spending, a disempowered IT staff and critical staffing gaps.
The Laredo university will use funds for VR software training and other student-centered programming.
The neighborhood library, set to open in February, will offer a podcast studio, music tech and up-to-date study spaces for its community.
Bexar County and San Antonio have a growing data center presence, and the municipal energy provider needs to expand capacity.
The university’s MATRIX AI Consortium is looking to making AI more efficient by examining human brain function.
The department lost hundreds of digital evidence records early in the year and gave a progress update this week.
The school district canceled its Verizon programming for Internet and free devices, but lawmakers disagree with that decision.
This is the latest in a string of mishaps and technical problems for the county.
The software and equipment, to be purchased from Election Systems & Software LLC, will replace current voting machines about 20 years old.