I’d never seen a Fast And Furious film before the surprise premiere of Furious 7 at Austin’s SXSW, but I’d seen enough clips that I thought I knew what to expect. Nope. There were way more cars flying out of planes than I’d imagined and The Rock and Jason Statham fight in a room full of windows. It was fantastic.
The man police say drove into a crowd of SXSW-goers in Austin early this morning, killing two and injuring 23, was in a car stolen from a soldier and had an outstanding arrest warrant, authorities said this afternoon.
As if the check-in lines aren't bad enough, the Austin American Statesman is reporting that swag bags received by South By South West (SXSW) attendees are causing security slow-ups at Austin Bergstrom International Airport as people head home from the festival.
I wasn't lying about that car hacking panel at SXSW, and here's some video proof! It was great to be there, and we had a good turnout, and have even bigger plans for next year. Like maybe having an actual car to do things to.
A man fleeing Austin police drove through a barricade and crashed into a crowd of people attending in the SXSW music festival, killing two on a moped, and injuring dozens others.
The reason I'm out here at SXSW is because I was invited to be on a panel called, optimistically, Will Hackers & Makers Save Car Culture? And while I'm pretty sure car culture is doing just fine, we're entering a golden age of car hacking, and we want to talk about it.
Everyone who's played Mario Kart secretly wants it to be real. Sure, flinging turtle shells and banana peels at other cars will probably get you arrested, and while I once did go karting after eating some shrooms, I can't say it helped my speed. So I was exited to try real-life Mario Kart at SXSW. Here's what it's…
You think you're too cool for South By Southwest, the annual tech and music conference that takes over Austin, Texas for two weeks? Then I have four words for you: Real Life Mario Kart. Nothing could possibly be better than that.