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...

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

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.

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.

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

Cam Houser, CEO of 3 Day Startup, refuses to accept failure at face value. In fact, learning through failure and experience is a philosophy...

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.

The 2013 HackTX hackathon yielded noteworthy ideas, prototypes, and business plans. Finalists presented today in front of a room of their peers and judges, Brett Hurt, Josh Baer, and Bob Metcalfe.

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

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

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