• The Dealmap Brings The Daily Deal Obsession To The iPhone App Store

    For the daily deal obsessed on the go, a Groupon mobile app is simply not enough. Enter The Dealmap, a daily deal aggregator that is launching its iPhone app this evening. Bringing the functionality of its website to the app store, The Dealmap helps users find the best deals in their area, whether they’re from national retailers, local vendors, crowdsourced or daily deals. With… Read More

  • Center'd Brings Its Local Discovery Engine To The iPhone

    Center’d, the service that looks to help you figure out what to do with your day, has released a new iPhone application that lets you tap into the site’s restaurant, event, and activity recommendation engine on the go. The application is free and you can grab it here. Center’d competes with sites like Yelp and CitySearch, but instead of simply offering text reviews, the… Read More

  • Center'd Gets A Facelift, Introduces Semantic Analysis For Smarter Local Activity Guide

    Center’d, a local activity guide headed by former Yahoo Local GM Jennifer Dulski, is getting a major upgrade today. Alongside a completely revamped homepage, the site is launching a reworked search engine that it says should outperform the keyword searches found on most other local sites. Center’d has compiled a database of around 1 million entries for various activities, each… Read More

  • Center'd, Née FatDoor, Relaunches As A Local Search/Event Planning Site

    If Yahoo Local were a standalone startup, it might look like Center’d. Partly that is because CEO Jennifer Dulski used to be the general manager in charge of Yahoo Local. Center’d, which publicly launches today, is a mixture of an event-planning/invitation site and a highly targeted local search engine, with a little social networking thrown in. The entire site is set up to do… Read More

  • FatDoor Closes Its Doors. Reopens as Centerd.

    Maybe it is just because it had a really bad name. Or maybe it is because nobody really likes their neighbors. Or, if they do, they actually prefer to talk to them in person. Whatever the reason, FatDoor, a social network for neighbors, is closing its doors. We are placing it in the deadpool. Visitors to the site, which sadly never even emerged out of private beta, can now see nothing… Read More