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Street Fight Daily: Intel Buys Mobileye for $15.3B, NJ Journalists Start Local Paper

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: Intel Buys Mobileye for $15.3B, NJ Journalists Start Local Paper

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Intel is Paying $15.3 Billion to Acquire Mobileye… After Punishing Layoffs, New Jersey Journalists Start Up Their Own Local Paper… Optimizing Digital Marketing Performance to Drive Business Performance…

LBMA Podcast: DineHero, Walkbase, and UrbanAirship

Asif Khan

LBMA Podcast: DineHero, Walkbase, and UrbanAirship

This Week in Location Based Marketing is a weekly video podcast from the Location Based Marketing Association with Asif Khan and Aubriana Lopez. On the show: HIA Qatar, Kellogg’s, GeoSlam + BlackDog Robotics, PlaceIQ + Nielsen Catalina, Twitter and Intel Drones. Guest: Christiana DiMattesa — Under Armour Resource: Proxbook Report.

#LDS14 As New Sensors Emerge, Risks and Rewards in Location Data

Annie Melton

#LDS14 As New Sensors Emerge, Risks and Rewards in Location Data

The bulk of location data may come from smartphone’s today, but a new wave of sensors could open up a range of new possibilities for developers and businesses to interact with consumers a given place. During a panel at Street Fight’s Local Data Sumit in Denver Tuesday, speakers from Intel, Qualcomm, and KS Technologies discussed the way chip-level innovations are driving the local tech space, and how new sensors could open up a flood of consumer location data.

Street Fight Daily: NYT Tests Native Ads, Online Retailers Dabble Offline

The Editors

Street Fight Daily: NYT Tests Native Ads, Online Retailers Dabble Offline

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology.The New York Times Experiments with Native Advertising… On Two Wheels (Nieman Journalism Lab)… From Clicks to Bricks: Online Retailers Dabble in Physical Stores (AdAge)… Apple: ‘We Did Not Make a Bid For Waze’ (Mashable)…

Street Fight Daily: 09.30.11

David Hirschman

Street Fight Daily: 09.30.11

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal media, technology, advertising and startups...

AOL appears to be preparing us for some kind of neighborhood-based social network built around MapQuest. It has registered a bunch of domains this year that all point to a page that says something called “mqVibe” is coming soon. (ReadWriteWeb)…

Facebook Deals official last day was Sunday, but sources say the company’s withdrawal is not a bad omen for the industry. All of the companies in the space, including newbie Google, are rapidly creating mobile solutions that will recognize when people are close to a deal and allow them to redeem it immediately. (AllThingsD)…