LBMA Podcast: New LBMA Research, Foursquare & Tinder, Verve & Receptiv

On this week’s edition of the Location-Based Marketing Association podcast: iQiyi, Location Sciences, Foursquare + Tinder, Google Expeditions, Verve buys Receptiv, Kohl’s + Amazon returns, London goes iZettle, and new research from The LBMA.

LBMA Podcast: Snapchat + Yext, Gimbal’s Experiences, Unacast’s Thomas Walle Jensen

Welcome to This Week in Location Based Marketing, a weekly video podcast from the Location Based Marketing Association with Asif Khan and Aubriana Lopez. On the show: GoGoGrandparent, Pets At Home + GrandVisual, Macy’s + IBM’s Watson, Mentos + Posterscope, Apple iOS10, Sephora, Tinder, and Flirtey + 7Eleven.

LBMA Podcast: Forbes Partners With Tinder, Proxbook’s Thomas Walle Jensen

On the show: Peaceful walking by Walkonomics; Blind French hikers trek 80km without a guide; AwareCar helps you avoid parking tickets; Embarcadero Technologies launches BeaconFence.

Street Fight Daily: Uber Raises $1.2 Biliion, Yahoo’s Mobile Comeback

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology…Uber Raises $1.2 Billion, Putting Its Value at $40 Billion (New York Times)… Yahoo to Surpass Twitter in U.S. Mobile Ads (AdAge)… Google Gooses Resellers of Its Biz Apps With 10% Incentive (Wall Street Journal)…

LBMA Podcast: Mobiquity’s ‘Smart’ Malls, Bing Improves Mobile Targeting

Top stories of the week include: Tinder match-making for dogs; The Traces launches an app; Shazam releases their Resonate platform; The Ninja Sphere for your connected home; Westpac adds augmented reality to banking; Track Toronto tracks the lyrics of the city; Drop closes a small round; Timex has a new non-smartphone connected watch…

Street Fight Daily: Just Eat Orders IPO, Lyft Raises $250M

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technologyJust Eat Joins Parade of London Tech IPOs, with $2.44-Billion Market Cap (Wall Street Journal)… Lyft Raises $250 Million From Alibaba, Third Point and OthersNew York Times)… Jim Brady will leave Digital First Media(Poynter)…