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Mobile social start-up combines "geo" networking with Yelp-like reviews, and says partnerships and new investments will help it climb above the fray.
Using the same "check-in" philosophy that services like Loopt and Dodgeball pioneered, Microsoft hopes to make a difference in community organizing and emergency preparedness.
A mobile search app for the iPhone was expected to be released Friday but, as of Saturday, is still unavailable. Has it been bogged down by App Store red tape?
The BlackBerry Partners Fund, which was created to help start-ups develop smartphone applications, has allocated its first three major investments.
With T-Mobile's G1 now on the market, Google opens the doors to the Android Market. Later, programmers and carriers will share revenue.
The business reviews site is working on an application for Apple's iPhone that will let "Yelpers" find out what's nearby and whether it sucks or not, representatives tell CNET News.com.
Still struggling to gain critical mass, the small wireless carrier launches an ambitious events and entertainment search feature and hopes to add GPS functionality soon.