Over the past few months I’ve been curiously tinkering with Hashable, a interesting new tool for managing who you’re meeting with and introducing. The service allows you to log real world interactions in a number of ways. Android users could log a connection with a specifically crafted tweet, by sending an email, or by entering ... Read More »
During a panel discussion at the Web 2.0 Expo yesterday, Steve Lee, a Group Product Manager at Google, boasted some surprising figures for Google’s Latitude. At present they have 3 million active users and 8 million total registered users.
This figure dwarfs the user counts for the current check-in front runners, Foursquare (1 million) and ... Read More »
The Austin, TX based startup just received $8.4 million in funding and is closing in on 100k users. A beta version of the Andriod app should be coming in the next couple of weeks followed by a public release sometime before SXSW.