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Austin startup, Atlas, plans to produce fitness wristband that will pick up slack left by Nike + Fuleband and Fitbit

On the top floor of the Omni Hotel in front of a full audience of programmers, recruiters, family and friends, 30 blue-shirted students presented their transformations from amateurs to skilled software developers.

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When Paul Snow first bought Bitcoin on a whim, he never expected it would go this far.

Of the 60 percent of college students that attend a community college, 70 percent are not college ready once they finish their studies at the community institute. Querium's trying to fix that disparity.

CEO Patti Rogers battle with cancer taught her the importance of community and inspired a new platform.

With the new iPhone app Peach, users swipe right or left on wholesale field greens and beef patties rather than potential love interests. It’s...

This is the fifth article in a series documenting Carl Shultz’s first time attending SXSW.

Hidden in Austin, TX is glassblowing company, Grav Labs.  Founded in 2004, the company manufactures high quality scientific glassware, focusing on pipes, bubblers, and...

Editor’s note: This is the third article in a series documenting Carl Shultz’s first time attending SXSW. Check back daily to read the rest of the...

Edward Snowden Speaking to SXSW attendees via video chat. Proclaimed NSA "whistleblower," Edward Snowden spoke Monday, March 10th at SXSW Interactive via video chat reportedly...

Twenty companies gathered to present their four-minute demo to a group of 500 people at the SXSW Tech Breakfast event. Here is a highlight of the companies that presented.

When I awoke Thursday, I discovered bitcoin’s price had dropped nearly 5% over night. Although this week saw positive news for the currency, exchange...