Google is making a push to show Glass as a great tool for travel with the addition of TripIt, Foursquare, and Open Table apps for the $1,500 face computer (that's in addition to Field Trip, Word Lens, Google Now, Search and Maps). Looks like they're actually trying to sell it.
Starting today, you'll be able to order from GrubHub and Seamless restaurants directly from Foursquare. In addition to the usual info you see when you look up a restaurant, you'll also see the option to order from participating joints. Which is kind of weird because Foursquare is about going places and delivery is…
All you iPhone users may have thought you were safe from getting a million Foursquare tips and suggestions, but no longer: they've just rolled out the feature to iOS after releasing it to Android users back in August. Time to turn off those push notifications. [Foursquare via CNET]
Well, Foursquare just got a lot more annoying (assuming you use Android). Starting today, Android users everywhere might start noticing unsolicited pocket buzzes offering tips and hints Foursquare thinks you care about. Fortunately, you can turn it off if you so desire—which, you know, you probably will.