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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...

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.

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

Take a look at the presenters at this months TechBreakfast.

With the new iPhone app Peach, users swipe right or left on wholesale field greens and beef patties rather than potential love interests. It’s...

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

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

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Borgest founder, Richard MacKinnon is driving the world to cast a wider net when it comes to discussing wearable tech- bringing cyborgs to the table.

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.

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...

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

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

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