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My very first SXSW: What I've learned, plus some complementary gadgets and apps

By Aleksander Chan

This is my first SXSW ever. Ever. I went to high school in San Antonio and went to college at the University of Texas, and for eight long years, I avoided the annual music, technology and film conf ...


gluten free friendly

Austin-based app Locate Special Diet aims to keep particular eaters healthy during SXSW

By Caitlin M. Ryan

  It's hard enough to accommodate a special diet on a regular day, so it's infinitely harder when traveling or in an unfamiliar city.  If you suffer from celiac disease or str ...


Body innovation

Keep your fitness resolutions with these handy exercise apps

By Jonathan Rienstra

With the new year come new resolutions. Most of them involve things like “getting fit” or “losing weight” or “not eating an embarrassing amount of Reese’s Peanut ...


Foodie Finds

Our favorite apps ensure you never eat another bad meal or pay a hefty price for it

By Jonathan Rienstra

We love our food here at CultureMap. And with so many great restaurants around, it’s always a culinary journey. Whether it’s one of the hottest new spots or a tiny little secret, we&rsq ...


Phone Upgrade

Set your iPhone free: Take a closer look at "jailbreaking" your phone

By Austin Sanders

Apple's iOS software is designed very specifically, with reliability, ease of use and overall  performance at the forefront of design. This is all well and good for most users, but it can ...


hey, stranger!

Highlight and Glancee take the location app wars to the next level with amped-up connectivity

By Karen Labuca

"How often have you been in a room with someone and you know you've met them but you can't remember their name? Everyone has that problem, right?" Highlight CEO Paul Davison expla ...


what's virtual, what's not?

Augmented Reality ads bring inanimate objects to life... and make it way too fun to buy things

By Caitlin M. Ryan

Augmented reality (AR) sounds a lot more complicated than it is. Well, of course developing a groundbreaking form of user interaction is complicated, but it's simple to use. Mashable define ...


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