One infographic to sum up Austin’s massive, sprawling and chaotic interactive-industry get together.
Even though SOPA failed, says Andrew Bridges, “Soft SOPA” is the government unofficially putting pressure on advertising networks and payment processors to blacklist certain sites.
At SXSW, Google showed off the newest apps for its upcoming moonshot project, Google Glass. Watch a demo of Skitch/Evernote and the New York Times headline reading app on Glass.
One of Facebook’s first investors recalls how and why Mark Zuckerberg said no to $1 billion from Yahoo – and takes the entire industry to task while he’s at it.
At SXSW, we got another sneak peek about what’s next for Google Glass.
Meet the 100-Year Starship project, which aims to propel humanity to the stars. It won’t be easy, but getting there could help solve this world’s problems along the way.
At SXSW, Wolfram Alpha creator Stephen Wolfram, who earned a doctorate in particle physics at age 20, explains how everything from law to medicine to the Unified Theory of Physics can be reduced to computations.
Your next car may contain more apps than your smartphone.
Hooking up just got a lot geekier — but no less awkward, even with a new social network to help navigate the STD talk.