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Construction technology: The cloud and beyond

We use technology to improve or simplify our lives and jobs every day — no matter what job you have or what industry you are in. Despite the fact that everybody uses technology in some way, some industries lag far behind the curve in the adoption of certain technologies....

source: By Nate Budde
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What is going on with home builders? Housing starts refuse to rise in any meaningful way, despite the ongoing shortage in the number of homes on the market and falling rental vacancy rates. What is being built is getting quickly sold. Housing starts totaled 1.06 million...

source: Forbes

Optimists tend to envision a future with perfectly automated cities, full of technology and without poverty or hunger. Most tend not to think of the path needed to create this new urban fabric, as if it will miraculously emerge like the futuristic, planned settlement of...

source: SciDev.Net

It would appear that even some of the highest officeholders in the state appreciate a short commute to work. Given the chance to move away from Austin following the passage of Proposition 3, which repealed the state capital residency requirement in the Texas Constitution...

source: The Texas Tribune

The number of homes for sale in North Texas has inched up for the first time in more than two years. But housing analysts say it's too early to tell whether a slight increase in inventory signifies a real shift in the Dallas-Fort Worth market. In October, 20,254 preowned...

source: The Dallas Morning News

Fifteen Texas counties have been declared state disaster areas after October storms and flooding left seven people dead. Gov. Greg Abbott's disaster declaration covers Bastrop, Brazoria, Caldwell, Comal, Galveston, Guadalupe, Hardin, Harris, Hays, Hidalgo, Liberty, Navarro,...

source: The Dallas Morning News

A large number of Texans — mostly middle class — fall into a "justice gap" where they aren't poor enough to receive free legal aid provided to indigents but can't afford basic legal services on their own, according to Nathan Hecht, chief justice of the Texas...

source: The Texas Tribune


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