If you're looking to go hyperlocal to find some local content, we have you covered-- whether you want to communicate with others or you just want the news.
Ultrafocused local news sites have been around for quite some time now. But, as a New York Times story highlights, they may be in for their moment in the sun as newspapers falter.
The hyperlocal source of news and information may have been an innovative approach to media, but NBC says it wasn't doing well as a business.
Custom algorithms are designed to tell you when rain will start or turn into a thunderstorm. But don't get your hopes up for predicting the future.
While Minutely's crowdsourced weather data is certainly a brilliant idea, it still needs an updated interface and more users to be considered a go-to source for weather information.
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Built with the sole purpose of allowing mobile messaging without cell service or Internet, FireChat has grown into a rabbit hole somewhere between SnapChat and Chatroulette.
Now this is cool. The app forecasts the conditions for your exact location and tells you exactly what to expect over the next hour.
MSNBC Interactive News has acquired a small start-up called EveryBlock to help it attract more local news readers.
The purchase of the two companies--one of which was founded by new AOL CEO Tim Armstrong--aims to beef up the conglomerate's offering of local services.
Some thoughts and advice from the latest in a series of advanced social media workshops around the country. Some say the classes have a memorable name.