LevelUp skipped dog-and-pony-show antics for a far more practical strategy that is drumming up dollars instead of buzz at South by Southwest.
By using smartphone apps and QR codes, the startup hopes to get around the barriers that most companies face with doing in-store mobile payments.
Bring your fantasy lightsaber battles to real life with a pair of foam swords that wirelessly mark the score and drain health with every successful hit.
PayDragon has a different approach to mobile payment: focus on eliminating lines, as opposed to improving the payment experience.
commentary South by Southwest often launches breakout software hits, such as Twitter and Foursquare, but the show's organizers shoved hardware into the spotlight this year. Only problem? People forgot to get excited.
Twitter may come preloaded on many Android phones, but it isn't the only worthy app to use. Here are four feature-rich alternatives.
Digital wallets from Square, Visa, MasterCard, and others have a major perception problem, a study from ComScore finds.
Yes, Windows Phone isn't exactly the most popular platform to work on. But it's best to jump on the bandwagon before it takes off.
The Google Play store does allow users to return apps, but only within a 15-minute window. For many apps, this is plenty of time for you to decide if you want to keep it, but that's not always the case.
At E3, the electronics giant may give details on a new service that would allow PS3 owners to download movies and TV shows.