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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.
Outdoor festivals like Austin City Limits Fest are great fun, but they pose a special challenge for our technology, which in general wasn’t built to be outdoors for three days at a time without electrical outlets nearby.So let’s look at ways to get the most out of the fest by ...
A new blog home for us, but don't worry, these older blog posts aren't going anywhere.
Google is fine, but there are better ways to find tech groups and events in Austin.
The rest of September and October promise to be busy ones for anyone who wants to attend blogging and technology conferences.
The indie video-game festival, which runs alongside Fantastic Fest, featured great games, raucous panels and unique events.
The "Marvel Super Heroes" edition of "Disney Infinity" is released, as well as the Wii U fighting game, "Hyrule Warriors" and more.
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.