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Great Example About Rethinking Your Business: Foursquare de-emphasizing check-ins to enter big data

Are you willing to completely revamp you’re current business model and user flow within an existing application? That’s exactly what Foursquare did

Mobile Year in Review 2010

Highlights of the 2010 Year in U.S. Mobile

5 billion mobile apps downloaded, up from 300 million in 2009 5 million Foursquare users,

Business Plans for Mobile Gaming Companies

Mobile gaming, casual gaming and social gaming are definitely buzz words in the news. We’ve all seen the barrage of Facebook updates from

Location Isn’t A War Between Two Sides, It’s A Gold Rush For Everyone

Editor’s note: This post was written by Joe Stump, the co-founder of SimpleGeo, a geolocation infrastructure company. While much of

SXSW: Finding great food, based on its location

Location is obviously a big theme at South by Southwest Interactive this year – that emerging-technology conference that’s going on this weekend in

Finding Everyone, Anytime, Anywhere!!!

Just an observation, but talk about being on the grid,  Twitter notes, Seesmic Web, Foursquare, Gowalla,

Twitter Buys Mixer Labs and Puts Location-Based Services in the Spotlight

Twitter’s acquisition of Mixer Labs , a service that helps developers build location-aware applications, shows that the company hopes to

Location’s Social Paradox

There’s an absolute eruption of activity around location-based services right now. Companies are getting funded left and right, new ones are popping up