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Articles tagged with: Reviews

Yelp, Should You Follow It?

Duncan Simester posted an interesting blog from the Harvard Business Review. Simester mentions a restaurant he created six years ago with two partners, a restaurant meant to be a grab-and-go food business for more expensive clients. Simester claims that Yelp started around the same time and while he originally saw the newly found website as a blessing (being able to receive feedback and improve), he noticed that some of the comments were quite harsh.

Groupon Found Guilty Of Writing Fake Yelp Reviews

In a Venture Level blog post today, Romil Patel, an entrepreneur discusses his experiences with running Groupon and LivingSocial deals. Overall, he experienced some shadiness going on with Groupon. Apparently a Groupon representative he worked with had asked him to create fake, positive Yelp reviews for his own business.

Patel writes,

MacPhun FX Photo Studio App Review

MacPhun recently updated the FX Photo Studio app and included an extensive collection of cool photo effects. If you love uploading pictures to Facebook and playing around with fun filters, then this app is definitely for you.

Its very easy to use and by pressing one button you can share photos with some of the best effects seen.

Yelp Reaches 50 Million Users

Yelp has been the “go to” place for many years. When I first started using the service four years ago, I would only check out restaurants that were a far distance from me, in effort to save myself from any disappointment. Since then, I have “evolved” to use Yelp to check out 90% or more of the businesses and restaurants I go to. I will admit that not all ratings were accurate, and have been duped a couple times into walking into bland American restaurants, but it’s a small price to pay for all the other times Yelp has been right. Yelp started in 2004, and has passed 50 million monthly unique users yesterday, according to their internal Google Analytics, up from…

Adobe’s Photoshop 2: Now Available For iPad

Adobe has just updated the iOS version of the free Photoshop Express to 2.0. This will enhance the camera workflow that was present in version 1.5 and will also add full support for multi-tasking, as well as the iPhone 4’s Retina Display. Adobe added their first in-app purchase, featuring a “Camera Pack” add-on.

Photoshop express runs on mobile devices and desktop web browsers alike, and is used by over 20 million people. The mobile version allows users to easily do basic editing of existing or just-snapped photos, as well as allowing to upload the results to social networks like Facebook and Twitter.

Sony Ericsson Windows Phone 7 (WP7) Photos Leaked

Rumors abound that Sony Ericsson was secretly developing a Windows Phone 7 based device. Now, we have proof – images of an unknown Sony Ericsson slide-out smartphone prototype running WP7 mobile OS were released by the Chinese blog site Lizhecome.com. While images are grainy, they reveal that the prototype is still in its early stages of development. The site did not provide any news of when it will be released.

Xoom Tablet Aims To Steal Thunder From The iPad

Motorola’s Xoom runs Honeycomb, the Android operating system that’s been designed specifically for tablet use. The Xoom also has a 10-inch screen like the iPad, with roughly the same thickness, although it is a bit narrower and longer. However, it has something the iPad lacks, those being front and rear cameras. It also has a more powerful processor than the current iPad and better screen resoulution at 1280 X 800 compared to the iPad’s, which is 1024 X 768. This is a clear difference that can be seen everytime you use the device.

MWC 2011 Samsung Galaxy S II – Letters From The World

Check out the next generation smartphone, the Samsung GALAXY S II. Four people from around the world share their GALAXY S II stories.

The Daily – The Digital News App or Is It A Publication ?

Last year News Corp said it was developing the first ever daily newspaper in digital format, and on February 2, 2011 at a New York event, Rupert Murdoch – CEO of News Corporation, unveiled the much anticipated “The Daily”, first-of-its-kind digital daily news publication built exclusively as an iPad application for its users.


A typical issue of has up to 100 pages and its content is divided into six main categories i.e. news, opinion, sports, arts and life, gossip and celebrity, apps and games gathered from sources across the world.


The Daily is not limited to once a day issue like a typical news paper, the editors keep updating the content throughout the day and interact with readers on its blog.