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South by Southwest 2014 is a wrap. It’s hard to take in all that was packed into the week, so we have compiled 19 photos sampling the atmosphere throughout the festival.

Take a look at the presenters at this months TechBreakfast.

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

The 2013 HackTX hackathon yielded noteworthy ideas, prototypes, and business plans. Finalists presented today in front of a room of their peers and judges, Brett Hurt, Josh Baer, and Bob Metcalfe.

Grouper offers a new way for meet new people- in groups of six.

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One of the first bitcoin ATMs in the United States, a bitcoin ATM in downtown Austin, Texas is now online.

Photo gallery from Makersquare: Stemming the Trend of Bootcamp Education

425 hackers have filled the University of Texas at Austin's Student Activity Center to code, hack and design their way into a new day, competing for over $10,000 in prizes.

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.

Sparefoot's laid back office atmosphere may be the key to their success.

In a series documenting the first-time attendance of SXSW, Techzette editor Carl Shultz looks to find what the festival is all about.

Students at Vandegrift High School are building GPS technology that even firms in Austin are yet to develop.