Foursquare Debuts ‘Super-Specific’ Search Filters

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Foursquare has refined its search capabilities to make it easier for users to look for particular venues. The location-based social network unveiled what it’s calling “super-specific searches” for iPhone and Android on Wednesday. For more on this story, click here!

 

Yahoo’s board of directors has approved a $1.1 billion acquisition of Tumblr, it was reported earlier today. The initial reactions from many Tumblr users have ranged from skepticism to outright anger, as many fear the acquisition will change the culture of the platform.Click here for more on this story.

 

App.net, an ad-free social platform popular with developers, has reached a big milestone: 100,000 registered users.The network launched in August 2012 to users willing to join for $50 per year. Since then, ADN, as it is often called, unveiled a new pricing structure of $36 per year or $5 per month. As it has evolved, the service most recently rolled out a free tier of invite-only accounts for paid members to distribute. More on this story here.

 

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