Author Malcolm Gladwell and venture investor Bill Gurley went toe-to-toe on Uber in an on-stage discussion at South by Southwest.» Read More
Police used a stun gun to subdue the driver after the deadly crash at the South by Southwest festival.
Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, discusses how attendees reacted to Edward Snowden's video conference at South by Southwest Interactive.
CNBC's Josh Lipton spoke to the biggest fan of wearable technology former NBA champion Shaquille O'Neal about his favorite gadget. Lipton shares some of the hottest items at this year's South by Southwest.
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden and NSA whistleblower spoke via video conference to the attendees of South by Southwest Interactive, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.
Mike Fey, McAfee worldwide chief technology officer, discusses Target's data breach, how to best protect customer information and competition in the cybersecurity space.
Fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden tells SXSW that his leaks actually improved U.S. security by exposing vulnerabilities.
Tech executives and industry professional at South by Southwest Interactive all say that virtual currency is here to stay.
Aaron Levie, BOX founder & CEO, discusses his company's plans to go public and how Microsoft's plans for developing software will benefit BOX.
CNBC's Josh Lipton talks with former NBA champion Shaquille O'Neal about the big tech news that has him the most excited.
Jon Steinberg, BuzzFeed president & COO, discusses the state of the bitcoin currency after it was called a Ponzi game and a conduit to criminal and illegal activities by economist Nouriel Roubini. CNBC's Jon Fortt provides insight.
Don't expect any start-up to steal the headlines at SXSW this year. The advertising industry is getting most of the attention, said an executive.
Google will release an Android-based software development kit for wearable devices, exec Sundar Pichai said at SXSW.
As healthcare reform begins to take shape, venture capitalists see emerging opportunities in digital health start-ups.
Malicious mobile apps are doing everything from tracking people without their permission to completely taking over a person's smartphone
In a surreal session in Austin today, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange spoke with an enormous exhibit hall full of SXSW attendees.
Looking for the hottest watering hole in Austin at SXSW? There's an app for that.
"We are pretty sure the information that is inside of Google right now is safe from prying eyes," the company's former CEO says.
Homeowners are cashing in on the overwhelming demand for hotel rooms during SXSW by renting out their homes for a premium during the conference.
A growing number of start-ups are betting consumers will pay at least something to keep their data away from prying eyes.
Techies are the new rock stars—or at least that's how some premium liquor brands see them.
Bitcoin's technology could empower the existing financial world, not just disrupt banks out of existence—as some have foretold.
Pinterest, valued at $11 billion, is letting users buy products on the site. It's still not clear where Pinterest will make money.
Instagram is adding more ads, and more ad formats, and more ways to make those ads more appealing to advertisers, Re/code reports.
From the birth of social media to streaming movies, the media industry has exploded in the past 25 years because of these guys.
The deal between WME and IMG shows the shift away from traditional movies, once Hollywood agencies' bread and butter.
Expect big acts for media and entertainment next year: big deals, bigger convergence, biggest mobile universe.