New widget adds automatic mapping to your content feed. If you write about the real world, it's a clever tool that helps readers see what your content is really about.
New service tells you what's happening in front of your house.
A former About.com general manager is now in charge of the start-up, which aggregates news and blog discussion around towns and neighborhoods.
As the demand for regional- and local-focused social-networking sites grows, the New York-based Outside.in introduces message boards for each "hyperlocal" community.
Gentrification drives people to write about their neighborhoods more than any other issue, according to Outside.in.
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.
Seminar rooms were filling up and the line to get a badge stretched across two floors of the Austin Convention Center. Is it time to do some reorganizing?
Tell it where you are, and it will tell all your apps. But that's a good thing.
A mundane yet momentous tale of how the microblogging service can tell you what's going on when nobody else seems to know. But don't drink the water just because a tweet says it's safe.