Written by Jay Morgan
Curated from The Australian
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EVERYONE is talking about wearable technology, which will be worth $US12.6 billion ($A13.9bn) by 2018, according to Statisca.
Some people say that’s a conservative estimate and that wearables will be bigger than the smartphone revolution.
Every year the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas, showcases the leading interactive, digital and technology trends.
Curated from IEEE Spectrum
SXSW Session Tech off Your Clothes covers functionality and fashion cocerns for the future of Wearable Electronics.
So, maybe you’ve bought a Nike+ Fuelband or a Jawbone UP band. Maybe it’s still on your wrist, and you check its data compulsively. But maybe it’s in a drawer, with your clunky smartwatch, your portable HD radio, and your Microsoft Zune.
Written by Jacob S. Hall
Curated from Entrepreneur.com
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Entrepreneur is on the ground in Austin for SXSW 2014. Feel as if you’re there with us as we share the latest innovations and give you a sneak peek at the launches and ideas that will change how you connect to your world.
With thousands of official (and unofficial) events and countless attendees, it’s easy to get overwhelmed at SXSW. It’s a different type of conference and to help you connect, we spoke with several SXSW mentors, experts from an event program where attendees can meet with industry pros for one-on-one advice and career planning. These thought leaders in tech, marketing and strategy share their thoughts on standing out and fitting in to help you get more from your time in Austin.
September 24th, 2013
by Brandy Shaul at Inside Mobile Apps
Austin-based Rocksauce Studios has announced the launch of a new mobile solutions product called ReadRover, which was designed for authors hoping to self-publish children’s books on mobile devices. The app and accompanying website look to create a user-friendly method for publishing on tablets, complete with audio support and support for reader interactivity.
Mobile apps are becoming an ever increasing way consumers interact with businesses. By some estimations both the iTunes store and the Android Play Store each have about 800,000 apps for download. This is a simple guide to help business owners thinking about creating a mobile app written to help them keep important considerations in perspective.
As the mobile app market is still young, you can find examples of good and bad mobile apps.
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September 17th 2012
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TickTalk is the Talker’s Metronome. Have you ever been told you “talk too fast” or maybe “too slow?” TickTalk is the answer for you. MORE
Game allows players to get revenge on friends and enemies alike!
July 30th 2012
Rocksauce Studios is pleased to announce the relaunch of their new mobile game, ‘Spinferno’ this time on a brand new platform, The soon-to-be-released OUYA Console!
Tapping into the extraordinarily popular Kickstarter platform, Rocksauce Studios has teamed up with game creator Chris Crane and SCABFARM founder & MTV’s Liquid Television artist Bernard Gumz, to give gamers the chance to work out their anger in a more cathartic way.
We are very excited to see our client, Rocksauce Studio featured in appolicious today! In conjunction with Skin Cancer Awareness Month, nēvus, helps manage and protect the body’s largest organ, the skin!
For more information, read the review posted on appolicious
Rocksauce Studios is an Austin, Texas based Mobile Creation Studio. They help build, design, and market apps the people want.
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