Study: Number of location-based users has DECREASED

If you pay attention to the tech world, it would seem everyone is at least trying location-based services like Foursquare, Gowalla, and Facebook Places. Not the case, according to a new Pew Survey. “On any given day, 1 percent of adult Americans use a service that allows them to share their location, according to the report,” The New York Times reported . The study found that 4 percent of adult Internet users use these services at all, down from 5 percent in May. Among people who use social n…

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