Digital Savant is Omar L. Gallaga's tech culture blog.
Apple now allows third-party keyboards on its mobile operating system. Prepare to increase typing speeds!
New technology can afford us opportunities to get away with more than we should. Can we keep ourselves in check?
A crowdfunded "Wasteland 2" and a ninja battle "Naruto Shippuden" game highlight this week's new video game releases.
A reader asks about ways to make a backup from a camera's memory card without a computer.
Updates on today's Apple event, featuring new iPhones and maybe other surprises.
In this week's Digital Savant columns, we ask whether social media users are isolating themselves from the outside world by blocking conflicting opinions and uncomfortable news.
Bungie's action game "Destiny" and a this year's "NHL" game are the highlights of this week's video game releases.
"Walking Dead" writer Robert Kirkman, Momofuku chef and two advocates for women in tech among speakers added to SXSW Interactive 2015 lineup.
This week Samsung introduced several new products just as Apple gears up for a new iPhone. One of them caught our eye.
In this week's Digital Savant column, I take a look at Tablo, a device to record over-the-air high-definition broadcasts.
"The Sims" return in a new, more emotional edition and "Dance Central" goes downloadable for Xbox One Kinect.
Instagram's free new app allows for time-lapse videos while smoothing out shaky footage.
The two Austin media companies take to YouTube together for a new show focused on electronics sports.
The long-running live-action graphic novel series gets into podcasting, webisodes and digital comics.
The latest edition of the "Madden" NFL football juggernaut and a Nintendo 3DS crossover of "Professor Layton" and "Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney" are new in video games this week.
Omar L. Gallaga writes about technology culture for the Austin American-Statesman. He was a technology correspondent for NPR's "All Things Considered," helping originate the All Tech Considered segment and blog.