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Fwix logo.png
Type of business Private
Type of site
Consumer Web
Available in English
Founded Palo Alto, California
Headquarters San Francisco, CA, United States
Area served US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand
Website http://fwix.com
Current status Inactive

Fwix is a local information company for developers and media publishers.[1] The mission of the company is to index the Web by location, specifically by organizing content on the Web by latitude and longitude coordinates. Fwix aggregates, in real-time, the news, events, status-updates, photos, reviews, places, and other social media in your city.[2][3]

After a two years internship at Facebook, Daren Shirazi decided to found his own company Fwix in 2008.[4]

Pivot to Radius[edit]

In April 2012, the company announced it had rebranded the company as Radius and changed its business model.[5]


  1. ^ Claire Cain Miller "All a Cub Reporter Needs is a Scoop and an iPhone", “The New York Times”, August 30, 2009.
  2. ^ Jeremy Caplan "Aggregation and the Future of Local News", “The Wall Street Journal”, April 19, 2010.
  3. ^ Erick Shonfeld "Fwix Shifts from Local News to Places: ‘We are Automating Patch’ ", “TechCrunch”, September 2, 2010.
  4. ^ Ankeny, Jason (2013-08-20). "A Facebook Alum Builds an Intelligent Sales Platform". Entrepreneur. Retrieved 2017-11-15. 
  5. ^ Kim-Mai Cutler "Fwix Becomes Radius, A Tool For Salespeople Targeting Local Businesses", "Techcrunch", April 24, 2012

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