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East Austin Studio Tour attendees may find it much easier to get around this year thanks to an interactive app.
An enthusiasts hobby turns into nationwide hub for startups.
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.
After spending time in Afghanistan, co-founders Mary Haskett and Alex Kilpatrick applied their military knowledge and experience to forming identity verification company, BeehiveID.
Illumitex's patented lights conserve energy and may be the light of the future.
In a series documenting the first-time attendance of SXSW, Techzette editor Carl Shultz looks to find what the festival is all about.
According to a number of returning South By Southwest attendees, 2014's event has seen a significant increase in big-name corporate sponsors.
Photo gallery from the Fall 2013 Longhorn Startup Demo Day.
Students at Vandegrift High School are building GPS technology that even firms in Austin are yet to develop.
Meet some of Bitcoin's earliest adopters and learn what they're doing to build up the cryptocurrency in the future.
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.