Street Fight Daily: Groupon Acquires MashLogic, EveryBlock Could Be Sold

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology.Groupon Acqui-Hires MashLogic, Will Shutter Britely Plugin This weekend (PandoDaily)… EveryBlock Could Still Be Sold, Says Schiller, After Abrupt Closing of Hyperlocal Pioneer (Poynter)… After Acquiring 15 Groupon Clones, CrowdSavings Finds a Buyer for Itself (AllThingsD)…

Tagwhat Expands to Aggregate Offers by Location

Tagwhat, the maker of an app that focuses on location-based content (from articles to video and audio about a given place), recently announced its entry into the business end of location services with new features that help users find offers from nearby merchants. The service now will pull time- and place-sensitive deals directly from Facebook (and other social networks), displaying them next to to the place-related content already provided users…

Street Fight Daily: Path Privacy Flaw, Facebook’s Offline Payments

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology.Privacy Flaw in Path’s iPhone App Shares Location Data (The New York Times)… Facebook Offers Physical Gift Cards for Selected Retail Stores (PC World)… A Local Community Meets to Save Hyperlocal Digital Journalism (Reader)…

PODCAST: This Week in Location-Based Marketing — Gary Schwartz

In this week’s episode, hosts Rob Woodbridge and Asif Khantalking about “pretty much everyone,” including Tagwhat, Redlaser, Shopkick, Saucony, Foursquare, LooConnect, Groupon, Savored, Evzdrop, Cisco, ThinkSmart and Google. Plus, special guest Gary Schwartz, author of “Fast Shopper, Slow Store.”

Street Fight Daily: Groupon Snaps Up Savored, Ebay’s Mobile Momentum

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology.Groupon Moves Into Restaurant Reservations With Savored Deal (New York Times)… EBay’s Mobile Momentum: 100M App Downloads, 100M Items Listed (All Things D)… Data Firm Hits Craigslist With Monopoly Claim (GigaOm)…

Tagwhat: Creating Location-Based Stories

Foursquare gave us location-based community and merchant information and established check-in behavior among consumers. Now Tagwhat, a Colorado-based company, hopes to build on that legacy by enhancing users’ location experience with what they call a “mobile encyclopedia of where you are.”