Yellowpages.com adds user reviews to their service, so how does it stack up against perennial favorite Yelp?
Search the Web with your voice using Excuse Me Services' Say Where iPhone app. Use it on Yelp, Yellowpages.com, Traffic.com and Google Maps.
Netflix, Adobe, and Google are great places to work if you're in the tech field, according to online community offering career advice.
Google and other major Internet companies have already picked the low-hanging fruit in mobile advertising, and now they're gearing up for an even more robust harvest: the local market.
AT&T announces that it will make the RIM BlackBerry Curve 8900 available on May 22 for $199.99.
AT&T confirms that it will bring the RIM BlackBerry Curve 8900 to its store shelves in early summer 2009.
The newly-launched site takes a wiki approach, allowing users to edit and update business listings and offer reviews. But so far anyway, those reviews are lacking.
Three companies with a stake in mobile Internet development invest $24 million in a site that lets people promote and find local events, restaurants, and deals.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Google used special code to sidestep the privacy settings in the browser and track Web users. Google says the Journal's got it wrong.
Also: Omniture has released a new Twitter tool for marketers; SendMe has raised $12 million in series D funding; and Local.com has expanded its partnership with SuperPages and Verizon's Yellow Pages.