Don’t Get Too Excited About GlobalFoundries and Apple — At Least, Not Just Yet

A subcontracting deal may be in the offing.

AT&T Begins Spreading Its Gigabit Fiber in Austin, Taking On Google

The service that should reach tens of thousands of customers in Austin will be ready by December, with more neighborhoods planned for next year. Other cities could follow.


Online Class Aims to Earn Millions

Two University of Texas at Austin professors this week launched their introductory psychology class from a makeshift studio, with a goal of eventually enrolling 10,000 students at $550 a pop and bringing home millions for the school.

Boxer App Has Some More Ideas About Fixing Mobile Email

Boxer, a new iPhone app for managing email, launches today, with some tweaks that may appeal to some — and to others may seem like just more email.

Google Fiber Is Coming to Austin, Eventually

Keep Austin Wired.

Google Plans to Announce Something in Austin Next Week

Maybe Google Fiber, maybe not.

Despite Controversy in Austin and Philly, Ride-Sharing Service SideCar Expands to Boston, Brooklyn and Chicago

SideCar’s last two launches included a sting, a lawsuit and 20,000 free rides requested, so this should be exciting.

Ride-Sharing Service Lyft Gets Literal at SXSW, With Piggyback Rides

Who needs a cab when you can hop aboard a semipro rugby player?

Attention SXSW Hipsters: Watch This Video and Get Some Much-Needed Help

If you feel like you are caught in an endless indie loop of HBO’s “Girls,” try this.

WordPress’s Matt Mullenweg Talks About Future of Blogging in a SXSW Pedicab

Rolling through the analog streets of Austin on a digital day.

Apple’s Getting Bigger in Texas