Tripadvisor has announced a new service aimed at helping restaurant owners to more easily and effectively respond to their reviews.
Spanish startup GuruWalk announces obtaining €1 million in seed funding from SeedRocket and other investors to jumpstart free tours.
Travelport has been awarded a new long-term technology contract by Australia and New Zealand’s top online travel agency, Webjet.
Hotelbeds has announced another update on further senior management appointments for the company. According to the news, Joaquin Garcia is now Regional Director of Wholesale Sales for Northern and Centre Europe, and Luis Miguel Vazquez is the Regional Director for the South and Eastern Europe. Both will report directly to Sam Turner, the Wholesale Sales and Sourcing Director with […]
Skyscanner is excited to be partnering with ForwardKeys to deliver two new behavioral analytical techniques within ForwardKeys’ Flight Searches tool, branded ‘Travel Willingness’ and ‘Catchment Area’, which aim to provide insights into macro traveler trends.
According to two important studies show, tourism businesses lag far behind in the application of new technologies that help e-commerce.
Nucleus, a London-based brand consultancy with focus on travel and hospitality, released a series of mobile web browsing metrics on Tuesday. According to a survey, mobile traffic grew to 43% of all travel website traffic in June 2014. The survey revealed that Apple continues to retain a leading position, with 77.9% OS share and 87.8% […]
Good news is on the horizon for all hoteliers out there struggling to make their mark on the web. The challenges of designing a hotel website and making it visible have been made redundant thanks to those highly-skilled chaps at Augustus Collection.
Good news for the die hard Google user, the world’s biggest Internet player has just announced Google Flight Search for Android and iOS devices. The company says these mobile variants offer all the functionality and benefits of the desktop platform. According to a post on the official Google blog, since launching Flight Search back in […]
Seeing the world is undeniably one of the greatest pleasures life brings. It’s an eye-opening, life affirming experience that may well leave you with you your greatest memories ever. Yet a niggling feeling often comes with the territory – you know deep down that despite your best hippie-throwback like intentions, travelling just isn’t that eco-friendly.
If you ever have even 15 minutes of free time and catch the adventure bug, whip out your smartphone and experience geocaching.
The world is changing, thanks to technology that has been adapted to fit everyday needs and desires of an advanced consumer market. When it comes to travel, portability is the name of the game, and you can find some amazing gadgets out there to take along with you anywhere.
News from Orbitz Chicago headquarters tells of the company’s latest partnering deal with Hawaiian Airlines, a private labeling solution supposed to power hotel and vacation packaging bookings. The prospective “win-win” being Obritz on the airline’s website, and Hawaiian taking advantage of Orbitz leverage.
Planning a vacation or a trip is very easy with Apple iPhone. Its worldly travel apps facilitate you to book tickets; view the location, etc for making your travel memorable.
TripAdvisor brought you reviews to help you make decisions about travel, Nileguide added depth of information, Stay.com added custom guides, now Ness is adding the personal touch. It seems the search for highly relevant search is not over yet, at least not in travel. Ness Search – Job One: Restaurants Ness Computing seems to have made good […]