[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8NC9Gs9jWvc&w=560&h=315] At South By Southwest Interactive, we caught up with three entrepreneurs who have chosen Singapore as the geographical launch pad for their startups.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2MxQbLvxQU&w=560&h=315] Singapore has been said to be Asia’s next new, big tech hub, and at South By Southwest Interactive, we decided to investigate that claim for ourselves.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWIR7nXlao8&w=560&h=315] Word on the street is Singapore’s the next new big tech hub in Asia.
Head of Google’s Web Spam team Matt Cutts spoke on a panel at SXSW about search engine optimization and revealed a new strategy from Google that could send fear into the heart of any website manager. Google’s planning to punish any website that is “overly optimized,” according to Cutts. An audio clip of the discussion was posted by Search Engine Land on Saturday.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cd6MbmUNao&w=560&h=315] David Kadavy is the acknowledged guru of design for web and mobile hackers, and (lucky us) he took some time to chat with VentureBeat about those topics during South By Southwest Interactive.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-mF0uNmAd4&w=560&h=315] At South By Southwest, we got a chance to talk with Jon Vanhala, Universal Music Group’s senior vice president of digital.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiMV1gYDhu0&w=560&h=315] Hot off an acquisition, Buddy Media CEO Mike Lazerow took some time during South By Southwest interactive to chat about how Facebook’s changes to branded Pages are having a huge impact on social media marketing.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aAptQiblCA&w=560&h=315] PayPal’s announcements have been all over the news lately, and at South By Southwest, vice president of global product and experience, Sam Shrauger, took some time to explain the company’s new approach to consumers and their money: the Paypal digital wallet.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaDzJJVb9Ys&w=560&h=315] Malthe Sigurdsson is Rdio’s product chief, and at South By Southwest Interactive, he took some time to talk with VentureBeat about the company’s newly relaunched app, which comes with new features and an overhauled interface.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwjW2DoCVOU&w=560&h=315] Mozilla CEO Gary Kovacs has some interesting ideas about optimism and technology.
[vimeo 38523606 w=640 h=360] The TODAY Show is something of an American institution, but TODAY digital director Jen Brown told VentureBeat at SXSW that the team behind the show is just getting started. It is just beginning its makeover as a 24/7 content brand, which started with last year’s launch of TODAY.com.
[vimeo 38517470 w=640 h=360] Googler Iein Valdez sat down at South By Southwest Interactive to talk with VentureBeat about the company’s App Engine.
[vimeo 38506003 w=640 h=360] General Electric set up a hands-on “garage” area at SXSW Interactive this year to get technophiles up to their elbows in hardware, including laser cutters, 3D printers, injection molders, and more.
[vimeo 38454546 w=640 h=360] Dave Morin and the rest of the Path team are staunchly on the native side of the mobile-web-apps-versus-native-apps debate, and in this interview, he explains why.
[vimeo 38445475 w=640 h=360] Aya Zook, a Microsoftie focused on Bing, sat down with VentureBeat at South By Southwest today for a brief interview.
[vimeo 38406668 w=640 h=376] Director Morgan Spurlock and Hulu SVP Andy Forssell took a few minutes to chat with VentureBeat today at South By Southwest in Austin.
[vimeo 38403408 w=640 h=376] We took a moment during South By Southwest in Austin to chat with Facebooker Austin Haugen today.
You might notice a sudden surge of inexplicable tweets from the digerati over the next few days, as the hippest kids in hipsterdom descend upon Austin, Texas for the annual nerd-fest known as South by Southwest, SXSW, or just “South-By” if you’re really cool.
Too much noise?
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Highlight, the location-based app stripping the serendipity out of meeting someone, is launching new features today inspired by the popular upcoming event South-By-South-West.
It’s that time of year again for the big South by Southwest (SXSW to its friends) tech and entertainment event in Austin, Texas – and VentureBeat has planned ahead to cover it all.
Wednesday, March 7 is the date covetous Apple fans can finally catch their first real glimpse at the much-ballyhooed iPad 3, according to a new report.
Hipster, a startup which aims to bring question and answers to local communities, has raised $1 million in seed funding from a long list of big-name investors, including Google Ventures.
One of the leaders in a brat-pack of group messaging startups, New York-based GroupMe, has just launched its first attempt to monetize its service. It is adding “Featured Groups” to the service to draw in advertising dollars.
Plenty of writers have weighed in on who was the true winner at the South by Southwest Interactive conference, which wrapped up in Austin last week. Now the team behind a mobile question-and-answer app called Opinionaided is joining the debate.
LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman presented his vision today for “Web 3.0” at the South by Southwest Interactive conference in Austin.
LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman gave a speech today about how entrepreneurs can “invent the future”. Speaking at the South by Southwest Interactive conference in Austin, he recited a list of 10 rules of entrepreneurship.
Peter Vesterbacka, whose company Rovio makes the immensely popular Angry Birds game, has a big vision for the future of mobile gaming.
The South By Southwest Interactive conference could prove a crucial testing ground for Google’s ambitions to compete with Facebook.
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The Internet, like soylent green, is made of people. And startups can never get enough.
Apple likely expected a bigger crowd forming at its South by Southwest 2011 popup store in downtown Austin today.