SXSW 2013 Startup Village: New Apps, Gizmos and Services

Written by Gina Smith

SXSW Startup Village 2013 — Check out the latest apps, gizmos, products and services at the show — plus find out what’s going down today in Austin at SXSW 2013. Led by Madison Andrews, our John C. Dvorak and Richard Hay round out the Austin SxSW 2013 coverage team. — Sunday, march 10, 2013 was day three of SXSW 2013 here in Austin. Our Madison Andrews, John C. Dvorak and Richard Hay are there. Check out some of our Richard Hay’s photos from the weekend at the show here. Find out what went down Sunday, March 11, 2013, at SXSW at Startup Village — a ton of new apps, gizmos and services are on display — and see the conference schedule for today, March 11, 2013, below, too.

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According to the SXSW folks, here’s what’s happening at SXSW 2013 Interactive show on March 11, 2013, on the conference front, which closes today.
Design and Development
AT&T Conference Center
Classroom 202
Monday, March 11 3:30PM – 6:00PM

Solo / Dual / Panel
Gaming and Game Development
Here are some of the companies that are demonstrating new products, gadgets, apps and services at the SXSW 2013 Startup Village, which wraps up Tuesday.
  • Bloomfire
    A tool that lets you capture, display, save, and share data with social sharing built in
  • CityBot
    A mobile app that lets you create your own personalized itinerary for cities you visit.
    Gaming meets love connections meets social networks.
  • CloudBees
    Tech that enables you to build, run and manage your Java apps in the cloud with the so-called CloudBees Platform as a Service (PaaS).
  • Cogsy
    A tool for managing custom sites aimed at businesses — the service will cost $20 a month.
  • Collaborizm
    Billed as “intelligent matchmaking for projects and collaborators,” this is community based project management, in a nutshell.
  • Crowd Act
    Crowd Act launches the beta of, a subject-based social media and network in SXSW 2013 this week.
  • eevzdrop
    Lets you share your day-to-day experiences via audio recordings.
  • Glocal
    Glocal  is a way of sharing stories with the world community.
  • Guide
    Guide is tech that will turn  your preferred online news sources and social streams into video. The Guiede TV news style format is video all the time.
  • Hater
    Share the things you Hate. If you’re a hater, join the hating club with hate on celebrities,  bad service or annoying products, services and services. Basically, you share a “random daily hate.” Hmm.
  • Jobhuk
    This is crowdsourced hiring. Jobhuk lets you leverage your social nets to hire or get hired via referrals. Referrers get paid for all successful hires, reps say.
  • Light of Creativity
    Light of Creativity’s new LIGHT is a web-based app that lets you record, organize and share your life.
  • Not it Labs
    Not iT is a smartphone app and game for people who live or work together to better delegate jobs and chores in a game-like hub.
  • Social ID
    Social I.D. unveiled ASKIE, an app that is all about advice, providing a way for users to give it and get it.
  • Speeker
    This is a new mobile social network allowing users to share pictures, news, and opinions based on location.
  • Talentwire
    Talentwire powers talent acquisition for the #open era. Leverage your team’s expertise and culture to attract and engage a higher level of better matched candidates.
  • Transporter
    Transporter is interesting. An online, but off-cloud, social storage technology, it’s designed to let you privately share, access and protect valuable files.
  • Userify
    Userify is a mobile and agent-based platform — it’s secure public cloud user management and will support SSH and API  authorization and authentication.

For, I’m Gina Smith.