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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. He's also written for Kirkus Reviews, CNN.com's technology section, MSNBC.com and the pop culture website Television Without Pity. He lives in New Braunfels with his wife and two daughters.
A wrap-up of upcoming Austin tech events and must-read web stuff.
A reader wants to know if there are full-sized e-readers larger than a standard Amazon Kindle device.
The second South by Southwest V2V conference is officially scheduled for Las Vegas in July.
The local edition of a conference happening in 150 cities has sold out, but the event will be streamed free online this week.
Digital Savant was on vacation, but here's a few things worth bringing up from over the Thanksgiving break.
After the recent onslaught of new games, a much lighter week spotlights role-playing and fighting games from Japan.
Choices. Ordinarily a good thing, right? They mean freedom, wide-open spaces, the comforting sound of truck commercials with patriotic music. But with tech products, too much choice can be paralyzing. This is especially true if you’re trying to buy an electronics gift for a busy networker who needs a new ...
A concert ticket-buying app, new to Austin, promotes going to shows with groups of friends.
Most gamers crave instant gratification, but there's pleasure to be had in games that make you wait for an ongoing narrative fix.
Another big week of video game releases usher in the Friday release of Microsoft's Xbox One game console.