Yellow Pages Group has relaunched the site:

From the release out this morning:

The new features a cleaner overall design with simplified search criteria and highly intuitive auto-fill functionality that suggests up-to ten locations in the ‘Where’ box to make searching for local businesses and service providers effortless . . .

In addition to boosting the site’s overall presentation and functionality, enhancements have beenSource: Screenwerk RSS Feed


Getting featured in App World is one of the best things that can happen to your app. It gives you great exposure and users can find your application without clicking through to categories.

BabyGO! was first seen on BlackBerry Cool and it’s an application like no other. The app locks down the device so you can give it to your child and let them play with it. It has an element of education to it, as the app says the letters that your kid presses, allowing them to absorb the alphabet atSource: BlackBerryCool RSS Feed

President Obama was at Democratic Party fundraising events for incumbent Democratic Governor Deval Patrick in Massachusetts Friday night.

The Boston Herald’s Hillary Chabot described the attendance at one of the events (HT Jules Crittenden, who is a Herald editor, via Instapundit) as “barely half-full with 125 deep-pocketed Democrats” in the second paragraph of her report (”President Obama: ‘Tough race’ ahead for Gov. Deval Patrick”).

Meanwhile, at the BostonSource: BizzyBlog RSS Feed

Filed under: Aftermarket, SEMA Show, Coupe, Performance, Hatchback, Hyundai

Rhys Millen Racing RM460 Genesis Coupe – Click above for high-res image gallery
We’ve been keeping tabs on Rhys Millen Racing and their construction of a V8-powered, mid-engine Hyundai Genesis Coupe for the last few weeks. Called the RM460 Genesis Coupe, this car will make its official debut at SEMA in early November, but we’ve got the first rendering of the exterior right here for ya.
As we’veSource: Autoblog RSS Feed

Filed under: Performance, Tokyo Motor Show, Honda

Following our time visiting this week’s Tokyo Motor Show, we had the opportunity to sit down for a small group interview at Honda’s world headquarters with freshly-minted CEO Takanobu Ito, who took over the reigns at Honda from Takeo Fukui just this past June. Among the questions posed to Ito-san was “When will Americans see another performance car from Honda?” Honda has a tradition of performance vehicles and motorsports participationSource: Autoblog RSS Feed

The BlackBerry Storm 2 is going to be a great platform to develop for. The device ships with OS 5.0 meaning new APIs and features are available to the developer, including the ability to:

  • Link 3rd party applications to the Address Book.
  • Use push data more efficiently.
  • More easily make UI customizations.
  • Implement multi-touch for zooming in and out of images.

The BlackBerry Storm 2 will also support widget development. This is crucial forSource: BlackBerryCool RSS Feed

My long-standing belief is that there’s a major opportunity for both Facebook and Microsoft in making Web search better on FB. Site search has recently gotten better on the social network but many people don’t even realize that Facebook offers Web search. I do notice that FB seems to be “federating” search results on a single page. For example, here’s the experience for the query sushi, san francisco” (my alternative to pizza):

The three results at the bottom Source: Screenwerk RSS Feed