We might never know if a Twitter feed purporting to be by a woman left behind on her anniversary weekend by her SXSW-bound husband is real. But it's very funny stuff.
Crave writer Amanda Kooser calls out Acoustic Research and others for pushing tech products that play down to cultural stereotypes in an effort to attract women buyers.
We're hosting a panel to discuss the good and the bad about all the consumer data that companies are using. Come join in at 5 p.m. CT (that's Texas time).
A bit of a brouhaha has bubbled up over Apple adding tamper-resistant screws to iPhones and MacBooks. Do you support what Apple did or do you think it's bad consumer business?
The online pioneer is once again on the comeback trail. CNET looks back at the mistakes, lawsuits, and changing tides that ruined its dominance.
The Cannes Film Festival and SXSW share some similarities. Both are media fests, draw large crowds, and feature film screenings. But just as a $5,000 pair of Berluti shoes aren't a pair of well-worn cowboy boots, the French Riviera isn't Texas.
As the Web generation descends on the South by Southwest Interactive show in Austin, AT&T's network actually works, Twitter announces its @Anywhere platform, Facebook focuses on games, and Digg unveils a revamp.