Yelp is announcing a new feature today that allows users to browse restaurant menus (with accompanying food porn) directly from the Yelp website and mobile app.
Last year, the company added the ability for businesses to include menu links in their Yelp profiles, but until now there hasn’t been any menu functionality on Yelp itself.
After eight months of industry consultation, public hearings and issue paper discussions, the Convergence Review Committee says it will issue a draft report before the end of the year, and seek more feedback before publishing the definitive document.
Sensis is continuing its push to be a provider of information online: it has signed an agreement with US-based Yelp to launch yelp.com.au, a website where Australians will be able to write reviews and share information on everything from boutiques and mechanics, to restaurants and dentists. Yelp mobile apps will enable access to the service from mobile devices.
Understanding Facebook marketing and ads can be tough for small businesses. To address the issue, Facebook’s customer-service department has been quietly testing a Salesforce-powered system that lets businesses contact it over Facebook Chat rather than with a phone call.
I faced next problem during publishing at developer.ubuntu.com/myapps - I added my application to PPA, uploaded ppa-info.txt to my application profile at developer.ubuntu.com, filled all corresponding and mandatory fields, set BSD license.
I have encountered a problem in my Android application. The problem is that when I try to retrieve data from my database, I get code that I cannot read. I am an amateur programmer and don't know too much about Android programming.
Whenever I use a food or restaurant review app, I sometimes feel like I’m being overwhelmed with recommendations, and it can be hard to distinguish between recommendations and reviews that are trustworthy from those that aren’t.
The fertile enterprise startup field has created a space for customers seeking peer analysis of vendor offerings. VendorStack hopes to fill that space with a new service that Co-Founder David Cheng calls a Yelp plus Quora.
Like Yelp, VendorStack lets users rate and review vendors. And similar to Quora, the VendorStack community can ask and answer questions about a vendor or its products.