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.
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The first annual uMAD overnight bootcamp filled the Bill Gates computer science center. See photos and more.
Editor's note: As a way to kick off our Bitcoin week, we've aggregated some of the best publications explaining the cryptocurrency's purpose, history, and future. We'll...
Austin startup Tugg is solving an age-old film distribution problem, mobilizing fans to buy tickets and creating opportunity for indie filmmakers.
SXSW Interactive leaves attendees enlightened, inspired, and with a smiles on their faces. Some shared what they'll take away from their experience over the...
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.
When Paul Snow first bought Bitcoin on a whim, he never expected it would go this far.
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.
In a series documenting the first-time attendance of SXSW, Techzette editor Carl Shultz looks to find what the festival is all about.
A guest post from accomplished entrepreneur Gary Hoover identifying the problems and potential solutions to Austin's Traffic woes.
Lyft, a car sharing commuting service, is hitting the Austin transportation scene in an effort to offer an alternative transportation option for residents. The...