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

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

Photo gallery from the Fall 2013 Longhorn Startup Demo Day.

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.

Meet the fourteen teams of UT Austin student entrepreneurs who presented their startups in front of hundreds at the fall 2013 Longhorn Startup Demo Day.

While budding artists struggle on the road, Set.fm offers a solution.

Take a look inside the mysterious events that are changing everything from the way people learn to how companies are developing.

Austin startup Tugg is solving an age-old film distribution problem, mobilizing fans to buy tickets and creating opportunity for indie filmmakers.

Photo gallery from Tugg: Coming to a Theater Near You

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.

Photo gallery from Makersquare: Stemming the Trend of Bootcamp Education

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