Mobile is transforming many industries, travel probably as much as any. The out-of-home, often in unfamiliar places, nature of travel has made it almost a perfect fit for mobile as a technology.
Travel companies are forever claiming how app-savvy they are – and now independent research tells us all that tablets are grabbing a significant share of hotel website traffic.
That Android devices are much more susceptible to malware attacks than Apple iOS devices is not breaking news. This has been a trend for quite some time.
Google moves from Webkit to Blink, Samsung seems to be steadily pseudo-forking Android for its own purposes, and other developments in the mobile web.
“Space, the final frontier…”. These four words gave fuel to the imagination of countless man, women and children.
Apple versus Google – a modern battle between two giants of the digital economy which is being played out in a number of interesting ways.
It was almost three years ago that we all got first sight of what Apple might have in mind if it wanted to launch an assault on the travel industry.
Many companies and even whole industries have been blind-sided by new entrants who are empowered by technology and changing consumer behavior rather than old business models and processes.
I was catching up on RSS today and read a piece by Alex Bainbridge on Tnooz about the Top Eight Travel Industry Battles.
Apparently so – if you believe what you hear on Twitter and some of the tech press.