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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.
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.
March may seem far away, but SXSW Interactive activity is already ramping up.
This is a common Austin artistic performer problem.Performer creates a thing. It is small, perhaps not fully formed, but it’s a different kind of thing nobody’s done before. The performer’s work gains a local following. The performer starts to get some attention, takes the thing on tour, returns home to ...
A reader, Mary, asks, “Do I need a password manager app? What prevents hackers from breaking into that app and gaining access to all of my passwords at once? Can’t I just put them all into my Notes?” It really depends on how you use passwords. If you tend to ...
A reader wants to know if software to manage your passwords are worth the trouble.
In this week's Digital Savant column, we look at the ways in which paying for stuff with your phone is not much further along than it was two years ago.
An "Ultimate Evil" edition of "Diablo III" for consoles and a sequel to "Tales of Xillia" lead this week's new video-game releases.
In a big Sunday story, Omar Gallaga and Addie Broyles explore the world of on-demand, instant-gratification food delivery in Austin.