The Always On team road tests the Moto X smartphone to see if it can keep up with a busy social calendar
The dining and nightlife ratings guide is now free and no longer requires registration.
As the social network increasingly moves toward ratings and reviews, it rolls out its "best of" lists for food, nightlife, activities, and more in 30 U.S. cities.
Take a quick spin around the show floor and get a taste of the nightlife as hosts Molly Wood and Brian Tong dive into the South By Southwest experience.
Still struggling to gain critical mass, the small wireless carrier launches an ambitious events and entertainment search feature and hopes to add GPS functionality soon.
Using a Mad-Libs format, the app promises to find you the right dining or nightlife fit. Cool, but can we at least get an indication of how much money it'll set us back?
After the iPhone launch, everyone wants to party. But sometimes the crazy Apple phones follow you there.
Designed by Kyeok Kim.
New service lets you know what's up.
The company, now out of stealth mode, hopes to make most of its money through corporate clients. It does, however, have a nightlife-navigating BlackBerry and iPhone download that could be pretty cool.