San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo announces gift to the San Jose Digital Inclusion Fund, which now tops $5 million.
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When schools switched to distance learning, the gap between those who did and did not have Internet access became very clear.
Districts throughout California are replacing hotspots for a more reliable, long-term alternative.
The City Council also voted to have the California Emerging Technology Fund divvy up tens of thousands of dollars in grants to the neediest students.
Census data from the latest American Community Survey estimates that more than 20,000 households in the city lack internet access.
Why isn’t San Jose more aggressively working with Comcast/Xfinity and AT&T to use their existing broadband infrastructures?
As local governments chase universal connectivity, San Jose considers how to digitize a city already grappling with user error.
San Jose may be the Capital of Silicon Valley, but it is very much a tale of two cities with significant inequality for income and connectedness.
With the pandemic shifting learning from classroom to computer, San Jose has expedited efforts to close the so-called digital divide.
New initiatives combine public and private resources to extend high-speed internet “the last mile” to underserved communities
Limited online accessibility remains a critical barrier in discouraging California renters from applying for funds to ease pandemic-induced financial losses, despite promises of increased economic relief.
The free helpline will provide participants with assistance with their computers and internet access.
The inventor of the cell phone, Martin Cooper, talks about his new book and why we’ve barely begun to harness the power of cellular technology.
Elected officials say the new rules will encourage brevity and stem the notoriously long City Council meetings most weeks.
Last year was all about triage. It is now time to move into recovery, with the primary focus on areas that impact the lives of our families.
From layoffs to testing, the Covid-19 pandemic had dramatic ripple effects on almost every part of life in Silicon Valley and the country.