Various research papers have studied and explored the digital media applications supporting new forms of human and social activities. The research studies have indicated geographic places impacting the people's need for and use of information and that interpersonal patterns of communication affected through mobile location-aware systems. Inhabitants characterize their use of spaces such as leisure (public), leisure (private), communication and work spaces, even if people are not always in agreement with the other inhabitants. WiFi access can be located within a commercial space and its reach beyond the physical boundaries of the same space can challenge notions of ownership. The research papers also indicate that social experience of public spaces use the concept of place to develop an understanding of people interaction with physical spaces augmented by ubiquitous technologies, and the implications for system and interaction design.