Or any social event.
Its new apps are all just copycats.
Foursquare and LinkedIn follow Facebook and Twitter’s lead.
Social apps are disintegrating.
It’s all about the money.
It’s just a peek at what’s to come.
At ReadWriteMix, the mobile pioneer held forth on why his innovative company is finally clicking.
With new location technologies from Foursquare, Apple, and others, we don’t really know where we’re going. Are we okay with that?
At ReadWriteMix on Tuesday night, Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley talked about how his app doesn’t need us to announce our location to friends anymore.
The social-checkin company is losing its COO and business development head—just as it’s aiming to move beyond the check-in.
Foursquare’s new social app wants you to share your location—all the time.
The next ReadWriteMix will map out where mobile is going.
The Web 2.0 events site is getting a reboot with help from Kickstarter, Twitter and Foursquare.
Foursquare will soon be two apps—one that tells people where you are, and one that tells you where to go next.
If I want you to crash my party, I’ll tell you.
Place Pins are just one part of Pinterest’s visual search campaign.
We welcome Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley and Flipboard CEO Mike McCue into the mix this summer.
The social network’s photo-sharing site is currently feeding location data to rivals.
A Q&A with Foursquare cofounder Dennis Crowley on how it’s turning your check-in data into really personal recommendations.