Tight integration with Google Calendar and Google+ should give other invitation systems a run for the money.
Demo Fall 2010 saw the excellent demo of Foound, a clean mobile app for planning "hangouts" with friends.
After seven months in beta, Yahoo Mail launches, offering more social-networking tools and apps from partners such as YouSendIt and Evite baked into the service.
If you're planning on planning a party, Evite might be your first choice. But we've compiled a list of 10 alternatives that could make your invite just a little better.
Guests can now call and say their start address or location, and receive turn-by-turn driving directions via SMS.
Big improvements are afoot for the invitation service, which has been re-engineered to stuff noncritical features into tabs, simplifying the layout. And more data portability is on the way.
The Evite competitor will be no more next year. Microsoft is shutting down the site and building in some of its features into Windows Live Calendar instead.
Dinner later? Evite adds the option to send quick invitations to people's in-boxes and mobile phones in one swoop.
Facebook, Evite, MySpace, Upcoming, Meetup, and Google Calendar listings can now be fed into the invitation start-up, founded by Friendster creator Jonathan Abrams.
Jonathan Abrams has a new site. It's a little bit like Evite, but with wit and humor.