Monthly Archives: June 2012

Hold On, Just Let Me Check In On Foursquare

There is no doubt that there is a vast majority of applications available for almost every phone on the market today. With that being said, there is a small niche category for geographical social media applications, such as Foursquare. Foursquare allows businesses to create locations similar to how one business would with Google Maps or … Continue reading Hold On, Just Let Me Check In On Foursquare

Google+ Local

Google recently switched over 80 million business listings from Google Places to Google+ Local. It’s an integration of Google maps, Google Places, Google+ and Zagat reviews. The change is an effort to make Google maps a more social experience. Let’s face it: We often turn to people and resources to help us make decisions—especially when … Continue reading Google+ Local


Pv6 launches today, June 6th. While it may sound like some sort of new medical virus to those not keeping up with the tech world, IPv6 is actually a new form of internet infrastructure. And it’s kind of a big deal. To put it simply, it is a change to format current and upcoming IP … Continue reading 6IPv6