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....
Homebuyers and builders are beginning to downsize houses to make them more affordable and meet changing lifestyles. The average new home built in the U.S. last year was about 20 square feet smaller than in 2013.
For the fourth straight year, annual home sales in the Austin area set a record as volume rose 2 percent from 2013, the Austin Board of Realtors said. December's sales also set a monthly record. The 2,283 single-family homes that sold last month were up 14 percent from...
The University of Texas at San Antonio debuted a new teaching facility for its Department of Construction Science students at its downtown campus. The facility, named Bartlett Cocke General Contractors Teaching and Research...
Francisco Enriquez writes: If you told me two years ago that Texas would be on the cutting edge of employing online tools to connect voters directly to their government's policy-making processes, I wouldn't have believed you. Yet Austin is Texas' capital, so the tech angle...
A year ago, the Texas Turnpike Corporation was optimistic about its plans to build the state’s only private toll road northeast of Dallas. But following several months of public backlash, the project appears all but dead, and the Legislature is being asked to drive...
Texas has a new governor for the first time in 14 years, just as tumbling oil prices challenge a boom that created 1.5 million jobs in the state since the recession. Greg Abbott, a 57-year-old Republican, recently took the oath of office, becoming 48th governor of the second-most-populous...
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