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Location-based social network Whrrl has a new iPhone app out that lets you update your status, post photos, and see what other people are up to around you.
With the recent takedowns of fictional characters on Twitter, location-based social network Whrrl has gone the legal route with HBO's 'Entourage'.
A patent filed for a social-networking service called iGroups would allow iPhone and other mobile-device users to stay in touch and share location updates.
Two Digg employees have built "Wheretheladies.at," a relatively simple map mashup that tries to figure out which South by Southwest venues are populated by the most females.
Marketers are everywhere at the annual digital-culture fest. It sort of makes your face start to melt a little bit.
Yet another "geo" social network, the mobile-centric Whrrl focuses on sharing reviews and recommendations rather than stalking your friends.
iFunding two iPhone Apps: Whrrl and iControl
Next week, a conference focused on geographic technology comes to San Francisco. Here's what to expect.
Is it just us, or are these two mobile social networks pretty much identical to each other, and to Yelp?
The ultimate test for the Palm Pre... a trip to Ford's 2010 Model Year Drive Event where it will meet all the new Fords...