Pedaling Caffeine: Bicycle Coffee Cart Coming To Austin

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

Inside Grav Labs: Glassblowing Airgravitron

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

Businesses Accepting Bitcoin in Austin, Texas

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. Sets New Trend for Performing Artists

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

Silvercar Photo Gallery

Photo gallery from Silvercar to Save Airport Car Rentals

Career Day at Austin’s MakerSquare

Meet the 14 groups that presented at MakerSquare's Career Day

Changes in Store for East Austin Studio Tour

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

SXSW 2014 in 19 Photos

South by Southwest 2014 is a wrap. It’s hard to take in all that was packed into the week, so we have compiled 19 photos sampling the atmosphere throughout the festival.

High School Students Invent Device for National Competition

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

Cryptowomen Worldwide: Closing the Gender Gap

Seldom does such a chance come to set an industry right: that gender not be a detracting factor in the opportunity of an individual. In Austin, TX the makings of a global organization...

SXSW Day One

In a series documenting the first-time attendance of SXSW, Techzette editor Carl Shultz looks to find what the festival is all about.

Atlas Wristband to Capitalize Where Nike and Fitbit are Weak

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

Presenters at December’s Austin Tech Breakfast

Tech representatives and enthusiasts rose bright and early for December's Austin TechBreakfast. Meet the presenters from this month's event.

Meet the Teams from UT Austin’s Longhorn Startup Demo Day

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.

MetroRapid Proves Slow to Solving Austin’s Congestion Problem

Everything you need to know about the Pros and Cons of CapMetro's new urban transportation plan for Austin.

Snowden Reminds SXSW is More Than Celebs and Networking

Proclaimed NSA "whistleblower," Edward Snowden spoke Monday, March 10th at SXSW Interactive via video chat reportedly through 7 proxy servers from Russia. In an interview with...

2014 Shows Increase in Corporate Sponsors for SXSW

According to a number of returning South By Southwest attendees, 2014's event has seen a significant increase in big-name corporate sponsors.

Hackathons: A Factory of Tomorrow’s Factories

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

Living on Bitcoin in Austin – Day Three

When I awoke Thursday, I discovered bitcoin’s price had dropped nearly 5% over night. Although this week saw positive news for the currency, exchange...

SXSW Day Four: Prioritizing Sessions

Editor’s note: This is the fourth journal in a series documenting Carl Shultz’s first time attending SXSW Interactive. Check back daily to read the...

Work Hard, Play Hard at Sparefoot

Sparefoot's laid back office atmosphere may be the key to their success.

“Peach” Streamlines Restaurant Industry

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...

Gritness: Finding Fitness Groups Near You

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...

Mutual Mobile: The Company With Five Co-Founders

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.

How Paul Snow became Austin’s Head Bitcoin Enthusiast

When Paul Snow first bought Bitcoin on a whim, he never expected it would go this far.

Living in the Nascent Bitcoin Economy

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

Girl Develop It: Empowering Women in Tech

Girl Develop It’s goal is to empower women to explore the tech industry – a field that is becoming increasingly dominated by men.

First Student Led Developer Conference at UT Austin Fills the House

The first annual uMAD overnight bootcamp filled the Bill Gates computer science center. See photos and more.

Build A Sign: On the Factory Floor

Take a look inside Build A Sign's manufacturing plant, warehouse, and office space.

BeehiveID: Using Super Powers for Good

After spending time in Afghanistan, co-founders Mary Haskett and Alex Kilpatrick applied their military knowledge and experience to forming identity verification company, BeehiveID.

Tugg: Coming to a Theater Near You

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

Austin CEO Builds Company Out of Experience with Cancer

CEO Patti Rogers battle with cancer taught her the importance of community and inspired a new platform.

Borgfest: A Festival Celebrating the Cyborgs Among Us

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.