Maybe Elon Musk should stop murdering Twitter for a minute, and get the Millenium Falcon up and running.
Ashton Kutcher co-founded a tech firm looking to spot the next big thing, and over the weekend he pulled out all the stops to make his SXSW jol a night to remember.
I’m sure more than a few people were roped in when a rather fetching lady started chatting to them on Tinder over the weekend. Alas, all was not as it seemed.
There’s a new app in town and some people are spending more time using it than checking Facebook. Wow, that’s when you know you have cracked it.
South by South West – one of the world’s most anticipated and exciting music/film/tech festivals – has been marred by the actions of an allegedly drunk person behind the wheel of a car.
iPhone users at the SXSW festival were introduced to the use of iBeacon. iBeacons have been implemented at retail stores and some stadiums, but this was one of the first festivals that made use of the Bluetooth LE tech.
The object of the game is to link an actress or actor to Kevin Bacon in the fewest steps possible. The game, over the years, escalated into a global phenomenon. These days, there are websites dedicated to determining an actor’s Bacon Number. During an interview, Bacon Number 0 admitted he was not amused by the game at first.
The Rally Fighter is the first production race car to be designed and built through internet crowdsourcing. The muscly car turned heads as it drove through downtown Austin, flaunting a new, bright orange paint job and steer horns mounted to the grill. John B Rogers, the President of Local Motors – the car company that […]
I know a couple of people, including myself, that would have paid good money to get some notes like this during our varsity careers. Patrick Ashamalla, founder and principal of interactive firm, A Brand New Way, is not just a successful business man, he can also illustrate some of the most amusing keynote notes (say that […]
Advertising agency BBH has come under fire for their turning 13 homeless men walking Wi-Fi hotspots at the recent SXSW conference in Austin, Texas. The “Homeless Hotspots” sported shirts saying, “I’m a 4G hotspot,” with an access code for the network.