According to a number of returning South By Southwest attendees, 2014's event has seen a significant increase in big-name corporate sponsors.

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.

Right to left: Sam Chang, Andre Pacheco, Francisco Prat, and Felicia Golden SecondMic is an iOS app that offers live alternative TV commentary for...

The first annual uMAD overnight bootcamp filled the Bill Gates computer science center. See photos and more.

Cycling buddies Tommy Fad and Jason Whitson,creators of the “fitness search engine” and app Gritness, are ready to admit something: getting motivated to work...

Take a look inside Build A Sign's manufacturing plant, warehouse, and office space.

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

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

Steve Golab used his brush with death as a learning experience, applying its lesson to his work.

When other tech entrepreneurs scrambled to carve out their own niches at the beginning of the smartphone boom in 2007, Alan Knitowski saw the bigger picture.

What life is like after deciding to give up credit cards and cash, and only transact using bitcoin for the next five days in Austin.

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