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

As tech and online solutions for connecting with target audiences become more and more prevalent, are trade shows still worth it? A look at the SXSW interactive trade show.

Tucked in a neighborhood in Austin's West Campus district are unassuming cottages. The homes were the birthplace of a group of UT undergraduates with undergraduates with first-generation iPhones in hand and a big idea in mind.

East Austin Studio Tour attendees may find it much easier to get around this year thanks to an interactive app.

See how Nice Kicks grew from being a blog about sneakers to owning their own famously popular shoe store in just four years.

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Purchasing with bitcoin in Austin, Texas is growing ever more optioned; from food trucks to books to even firearms. In a photo journal of the day, check out all the options that we came across.

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As the battle between Tesla and the Texas State Legislature rages on, many Austinites are stepping up to make some changes to the State's laws.

Sara Travis and her portable coffee shop are soon to be one more piece in the Austin street cuisine.

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

Lyft, a car sharing commuting service, is hitting the Austin transportation scene in an effort to offer an alternative transportation option for residents. The...

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

Meet the teams of UT Austin student entrepreneurs who presented their startups in front of hundreds at the spring 2014 Longhorn Startup Demo Day.