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The deluge of highly touted but ephemeral products at SXSW highlights a mounting lack of substance among new startups.
Receipt scanning by mail service Shoeboxed unveils a new version of its digital receipt scanner that does a better job at helping you manage your expenses. We give a spin.
For those who hate to scan or type, two services let you mail them your business cards, and will data-enter them for you.
Receipt-scanning service Shoebox now looks at scanned receipts and puts them in expense categories for you.
Save money on stuff you bought using a service that both scans your receipts and now alerts you to price drops after the fact.
Got a bunch of receipts you keep having to squish inside one of those envelope holders? Try Shoeboxed instead--it'll let you send those suckers in to be meticulously categorized.
The Internet start-up Shoeboxed.com offers a strange mix of purchase and receipt capture and social networking.
Also: Google Analytics has a new proficiency test; Shoeboxed has partnered with FreshBooks; and PowerReviews has an all new revenue model.
Also: Gmail has a new Title Tweaks feature; Shoeboxed has partnered with Evernote; Google has dumped public calendar search; and Dex has launched a revamped local search service.