The latest from entrepreneurs, investors, and cutting-edge digital taste makers at South by Southwest.
A video from the Web giant's presentation at SXSW shows what it's like to look through the lens of Google's Project Glass.
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.
The New Yorker editorial cartoonist and creator of Too Much Coffee Man Shannon Wheeler was at South by Southwest Interactive to chronicle the event as only cartoonists can.
Bloggers "live-blog" events as they happen, but what's an editorial cartoonist to do? Shannon Wheeler describes his step-by-step process for "live-tooning" the most popular cat in Austin this past weekend.
The cable TV network decides to focus on cult classics with established fan bases, and to set its service apart by offering bonus features such as exclusive interviews with filmmakers.
The creator of the Web comic sensation The Oatmeal delivers a closing keynote at SXSW to an audience entirely in his thrall.
In addition to Gmail, Google Glass has apps from The New York Times, Evernote, Skitch, and Path.
The biggest disruption at a heavily-attended on-stage conversation featuring Ouya founder Julie Uhrman was from the audience members tweeting their discontent and leaving in the middle.
Digital comic book distributor slams the brakes on a time-limited giveaway of 700 Marvel digital comic books, following overwhelming public interest that crashed the company's servers.
What's it take to bring down a server at SXSW? A denial-of-service attack? Malware? Try: 700 free digital comic books.
Marvel Comics makes some serious sound waves at SXSW 2013 as it announces a plan to give its digital comics a smart soundtrack.
The frontman of MakerBot, the popular, sometimes-controversial 3D printing company, makes sure that the first official day of South by Southwest, the megamedia, music, and technology show, hits the ground running.