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.

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

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

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

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

How to enjoy the upcoming week without breaking the bank.

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...

According to analysts, RetailMeNot will increase holiday income more than 35 percent, putting it ahead of Amazon this season.

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...

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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.

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

Photo gallery from Set.fm sets new trend for performing artists