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A Q&A with Dr. Dev Shrestha, University of Idaho about the future of food.

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One of the first bitcoin ATMs in the United States, a bitcoin ATM in downtown Austin, Texas is now online.

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According to analysts, RetailMeNot will increase holiday income more than 35 percent, putting it ahead of Amazon this season.

Take a look at the presenters at this months TechBreakfast.

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

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.

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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.

This week-long experiment came together in a hurry and living in the nascent bitcoin economy demands forethought, I discovered.

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.