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An Austin-based data center company continues to expand its footprint in the state.
Broadband access and budget revenue are among the report’s state performance indicators.
Here's what you need to know about how the appraisal district works and what's affected.
Administrators are concerned that hackers may use info to contact residents.
The founders hope to build out “controllable load resources” to assist when the Texas grid is running high.
The second-largest county's property search website was offline Friday.
Schools across Texas held bond referendums in Tuesday's elections.
New rules and recent funding are intended to help districts statewide upgrade and maintain safety measures.
The two entities want to spend federal funds to increase connectivity.
The school district used money from federal COVID funds earmarked for learning loss.
The Texas Blockchain Council leader recently spoke to the media regarding those concerns.
The money is earmarked for public safety initiatives.
The group has asked for $1.2 million in order to launch the effort.
With 500 buses in the fleet, the first goal will be to have a quarter be electric.
The first county in the state is now offering this service.
Reporting to the state will continue, but the weekly news releases will also end.
The page featuring city news had links to various personal pursuits, now removed.
IBM is among those studying the heat island effect; monitoring devices will also track heat factors.
One goal of the bond is to enable technology replacements across the district.
The Midland Development Corp. executive director recently spoke on the area's aerospace industry.
Bringing together multiple data points, the metro hopes to see more efficient transportation.
The development unit specializes in cyberspace operations.
U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar invited experts to speak on federal funds and connectivity.
Airports, transportation authority and roads have money flowing in from Washington.
The after-ceremony discussion included economic development and its relation to connectivity.
Law enforcement is limited in what can be bought with forfeited ill-gotten gains.
The funds are from state budget appropriations.
The microchip company has not committed the multibillion-dollar project.
With renewable energy and a workforce from the Permian Basin region, the site is fully operational.
Communications needs, data gathering and safety monitoring increasingly require more technology skills.