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Submit Your Mobile Game to the SXSW Gaming Awards this Year

Will you be this years SXSW “Mobile Game of the Year”? The post Submit Your Mobile Game to the SXSW Gaming Awards this Year appeared first on 148Apps.

Medical Technology Hits the 2015 SXSW Agenda

SXSW, one of the largest and most eagerly anticipated annual festivals in the world, is putting medical technology in the spotlight next year. According to Austin’s Business Journal, the annual South By Southwest convention is adding a new medical technology track of programming to the SXSW Interactive side of its spring festival which will be […]

SXSW Wants More Control Over Downtown Austin And Permit Limits On Unofficial Events

The free alcohol may not flow so abundantly at SXSW 2015. Event organizers have asked the city of Austin to cut down on the amount of permits it hands out to unofficial meet-ups, sessions and parties that run in tandem with the main festival. Show More Summary

SXSW Starts A VC Fund To Give Its Official App Maker Eventbase $2 Million

The creator of SXSW’s official mobile event guide app, Eventbase, has raised $2 million in Series A funding from the coffers of the music, film and interactive festival. “This is the first of its kind. We formed this LLC specifically for Eventbase,” relayed SXSW’s CTO Scott Wilcox. Though he doesn’t foresee other investments in the future, Wilcox did… Read More

Lisbon’s Codacy Wins The Web Summit Pitch Competition

Dublin’s Web Summit has accelerated into SXSW territory this year, scaling to over 22,000 attendees. Unlike other tech conferences which put the startups centre stage, Web Summit has gone for scale, with side stages where 200 companies pitched over the three days of the conference. Portuguese company Codacy won the ‘BETA award’ for their platform which automatically… Read More

Maker Faire Rome: CasaJasmina

Last year, Maker Faire Roma was a Roman colossus, and this year, the second edition, Maker Faire was American in scale, meaning colossal but normally so. It had the look and feel of SXSW Interactive in Austin, when legions of thousands of geeks invade a city with their gadgets, ideas, energy. But Austin is smaller than Rome and much, much younger. Show More Summary

Agency Review: T3

Summary: T3 is a full-service, independent shop that was founded in Austin in 1989 by Gay Gaddis. This was not only before SXSW was cool, but also before female leadership was familiar in the industry. Today, Gay runs a successful agency of 190 people across three offices (including SF and NY) that pulled $23 million in revenue...

OASIS at SXSW: An Asking Thing

3 months agoTechnology : ASCII

Every time I’ve spoken at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas, I’ve always had someone else arranging all the details, including the panel and the attendant responsibilities of getting it to pass muster. This time, however, I’ve put together something neat, and the process needs, nay, requires you to really get out there […]

Apple Store promoting upcoming iTunes Festival w/ pins and wristbands, music-related events

After bringing the iTunes Festival to the US earlier this year at Austin SXSW, Apple’s annual music event in London kicking off next week has been the focus of much of the company’s attention recently. Earlier this week, Apple’s newly acquired Beats Music began promoting the iTunes Festival with a contest within the app to attend the […]

11 Clever Ways Cities Are Taking Advantage of Public Space

4 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

A garden skyscraper. A sidewalk library. A floating pool. A DIY bike park. These are some of the finalists in the Place By Design competition announced today by SXSW Eco, a new sustainability conference by the organizers of SXSW. Which one makes the greatest impact on a city? Read more...

At SXSW, We Want to Have an Advanced, High-Level Conversation About Comment Moderation

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Exploring Impostor Syndrome in Technology - SXSW '15

I've written before about the idea of Imposter Syndrome or being a "Phony." It's the idea that on the surface you're an accomplished technologist but inside you're always question if you're really good enough. It turns out that this is SUPER common. Show More Summary

Now Sidestage Joins Gigit In The Race To Empower Bands To Get Gigs

5 months agoTechnology : TechCrunch

Gigit, a platform allowing venue owners or hosts to book both well-known and up-and-coming bands for private shows, was unofficially at SXSW earlier this year after organising private shows for Path, Ashton Kutcher and Spotify. On Gigit, you pick an artist, a date, answer questions about the venue, the vibe they want etc. Show More Summary

13 Things We Learned at Fortune's Brainstorm Tech Conference

ASPEN — For many in the tech world, it's becoming an annual pilgrimage: more exclusive than SXSW, not quite as elite as Sun Valley, in a far better location than CESFortune magazine's tech conference at the Aspen Institute, Brainstorm, was where Spotify chose to introduce its service to the U.S. Show More Summary

iTunes Festival 2014 Lineup Preview: Pharrell Williams, Kylie, and Maroon 5

The iTunes Festival at SXSW has come and gone, but we’re looking forward to the next big one. Since iTunes Festival was started, the event has become a much anticipated one, especially with lineups being improved all the time. Source...Show More Summary

Can ESSENCE Festival be the SXSW for African- Americans?

This was my first year attending ESSENCE Music Festival. The event is targeted primary to African- Americans women and this year had record attendance reaching 550,000 attendees. ESSENCE is a true mix of music, entrepreneurial workshops, trade shows, film/tv screenings and panels. The only big piece missing from ESSENCE is more technology. This year ESSENCE […]

Glenn Jones clothes nerds from Sheldon Cooper to SXSW

Glenn Jones didn’t set out to build a one-man T-shirt empire. The Aukland, New Zealand-based designer and illustrator started emblazoning tees with his visual witticisms on Threadless in 2004 and then hit the virtual shelves with his own store featuring … Read more ›

Cannes Lions Festival app will use iBeacons to let attendees network

Like it did for SXSW, Tribeca Film Festival, and the Olympic Games, event app platform Eventbase will be in charge of rolling out iBeacons at the upcoming Cannes Lions 2014 Festival that will provide attendees with unique features via the event’s official iOS app. This time around, rather than speeding up check-ins or interactive audience […]

Mighty Cast offers an SDK and API for its upcoming Nex Band modular wristband

Back at SXSW, we clapped eyes on an intriguing modular wearable called the Nex Band. Similar to a charm bracelet, it offers multiple modules that represent new features and can be swapped out or shared with other people. Ahead of its public launch later this year, creator Mighty Cast today launched an SDK and API for the device. Show More Summary

Ask a Dev: What Are the Limitations of Beacons?

In our latest Ask a Dev video, iOS engineer Dan Murrell discusses the limitations of beacons, and some of the issues developers might encounter while working with this new technology See also: iBeacon Comes to SXSW Beacons can pinpoint the location of a device, and then exchange data with that device. Show More Summary

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