Foursquare is checking into Yelp’s territory with the addition of ratings to its listings.
Foursquare today gave BlackBerry owners the option to use its application to explore nearby recommended places without creating an account or logging in to the service.
In an effort to make it easier for new users to sign up, Foursquare has redesigned its homepage.
Foursquare is making a full court press on iOS with the release of an iPhone 5 and iOS 6-ready version of its check-in application that touts a more personalized maps experience for better exploring cities everywhere.
Because it’s not creepy at all to keep super close tabs on your friends.
Appeasing its vociferous power users, Foursquare has returned a popular feature for viewing just the check-ins of nearby friends to its mobile application.
Two weeks after introducing its first ad product, Foursquare has hired a vice president of sales.
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Guest Post In the past week, two high-profile mobile apps were effectively shut down and acquired – Hipster by Aol and Oink by Google. Both had big PR buildups, rave reviews from the tech press, and strong usage from the digerati.
A class-action lawsuit was filed against 18 high-profile mobile application companies this week, resulting out of recent reports that these companies “steal” user address books.
A hungry sojourner should have an easier time tracking down a good meal if updated iPhone and Android applications from Foursquare deliver on their promise to simplify place discovery.
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Foursquare is attempting to make the unfamiliar less mysterious with the addition of familiar nearby places to hundreds of business pages Friday.
Delivering on its promise to make the real world easier to use, location-sharing startup Foursquare has added the menus of nearly 250,000 U.S. restaurants to its service today.
The past year in technology was pretty wild.