Last week Flickr announced a great set of enhancements to their service: geotagging of photos on a map. Once again they've done a nice job in the interface by making it really, really easy. Drag-n-drop them on the map and you're done.
Location-based social game FourSquare no longer has limits to where it can be used. When users click on their city name below the header of the website, they see a search box to enter a new city. Previously the service supported about 100 cities worldwide and anyone who lived elsewhere was out of luck.
Google is inviting developers from around the world to participate in the "Google Places API Developer Challenge 2012", a contest that encourages developers to help address the needs of local communities by creating applications that use the Google Places API and available municipal data sources.