Foursquare launched a new feature aimed at helping take the pain out of asking friends for travel suggestions.
Its namesake software no longer the leader in social-location apps, the company shakes things up to stave off irrelevance.
You don't have to stick to the tourist spots when you're on vacation. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Sharon Profis has three tips to help you live like a local on your next trip.
Not a fan of the sounds coming from Swarm with every check-in or mayorship earned? Here's how to turn them off.
The ride-hailing service -- already integrated with United Airlines, Starbucks and Trip Advisor -- continues its expansion into other apps.
The marketplace for buying and selling sports and concert tickets hopes to expand its mission to become a resource for finding and planning for events.
Skype, OneDrive and other Office apps are coming pre-installed on several Android devices. Meanwhile, Amazon solves the problem of using a Fire TV Stick with hotel Wi-Fi.
If the social networks reach a deal, tweets could include location information -- such as a country, city or venue -- as early as next year, reports Business Insider.
The service for helping people and companies manage their social media profiles gets more cash while also announcing a new acquisition.
Foursquare Tips aren't always relevant forever. Set an expiration date on your tip if it relates to a promotion.
With a revamped app and logo, Foursquare focuses on local search and moves check-ins to the new Swarm app. Meanwhile, immerse yourself in the Sharknado experience with the help of the Philips Hue smart lightbulb.
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