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.

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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.

Edward Snowden Speaking to SXSW attendees via video chat.Proclaimed NSA "whistleblower," Edward Snowden spoke Monday, March 10th at SXSW Interactive via video chat reportedly...

Editor's note: As a way to kick off our Bitcoin week, we've aggregated some of the best publications explaining the cryptocurrency's purpose, history, and future.  We'll...

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...

An enthusiasts hobby turns into nationwide hub for startups.

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

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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.

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.

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

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

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With Bitcoin as a technology it feels like we are reliving the early days of the internet. Seven startups in and he is only getting started.