At any given moment, investor Jason Seats has 65 separate companies on his mind- 32 of which he's personally invested in.

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.

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

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...

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

As tech and online solutions for connecting with target audiences become more and more prevalent, are trade shows still worth it? A look at the SXSW interactive trade show.

Lyft, a car sharing commuting service, is hitting the Austin transportation scene in an effort to offer an alternative transportation option for residents. The...

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.

Editor’s note: This is the third article in a series documenting Carl Shultz’s first time attending SXSW. Check back daily to read the rest of the...

What life is like after deciding to give up credit cards and cash, and only transact using bitcoin for the next five days in Austin.

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...

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