Last updated: August 30, 2010 - 7:41am
In the United States, Facebook has just introduced its Places feature, which lets members check in to where they are in the real world. But there are at least two companies overseas that are working on technology that could prove to be a glimpse of the next generation of Places - real-world Facebook "Like" buttons that tie physical places or objects back to the virtual social network.
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