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Simogo's surprise minimalist puzzler is more than meets the eye

Year Walk and Device 6 developer Simogo has released SPL-T, a somewhat confusing, but nevertheless engrossing, puzzler.

By September 23, 2015


Blippy gets an API and a way to track groceries

Blippy now lets third-party developers tap into its user data feed. It's also partnered with Safeway to track what you're buying at the grocery store.

By May 11, 2010


Blippy responds to credit card leak

After displaying credit card numbers of at least five people in Google search results, the social site pledges to hire a chief security officer and run regular audits.

By April 27, 2010


Another Blippy credit card found in Google

A day after four Blippy users discovered their credit card numbers could be found in Google searches, a fifth user has fallen victim to a February breach.

By April 24, 2010


How Blippy users' credit cards got into Google

Google didn't put the credit card numbers of four Blippy users on the Internet, but its search technology failed to detect that Blippy had fixed a problem in February.

By April 23, 2010


Blippy users' credit card info exposed on Google

Credit card numbers of the social shopping site's users were found in nearly 130 Google search results for "Blippy" and "from card," according to a VentureBeat report.

By April 23, 2010


Blippy: Credit card social network lets you boast about what you're spending

We get to grips with Blippy, the Twitter-style social network that links up with your credit card, then posts your purchases online for the world to see

7 Images By February 16, 2010


Blippy launches the Twitter of personal finance

There's more to this service than sharing spending data with friends, thank goodness.

By December 14, 2009


Receipts are the new locations

Checking in by location? Old and busted. Two new businesses check in your receipts.

By August 23, 2011


Reporters' Roundtable: Checking in with Facebook and Foursquare

VCs are funneling funds into Foursquare, Gowalla, Loopt, and other apps that let users check-in and then broadcast their locations. We find out why on this week's show, featuring Claire Cain Miller of The New York Times and Adrianne Jeffries of ReadWriteWeb.

By September 3, 2010