Our THack roadshow for 2012 continues – making its final stop of the year in Singapore during the annual WebInTravel conference this autumn.
Can you create something amazing using travel APIs in just two weeks? But can you also do it alongside some of the smartest developers from the hottest tech region on the planet?
Voice search, to some extent, is still in its relative infancy in the travel industry despite the buzz around Apple’s Siri and the voice recognition capabilities of Google Android.
Say two, maybe three or four friends, all living in different places around the world, want to meet up for a mini-break – how might they decide where to go and where to stay?
After four fabulous events in 2011, Tnooz will be returning to London for its fifth THack developer competition on Thursday 28 June.
A service combining GDS-held booking data, live flight information and text alerts – created in just 24 hours – has won THack Singapore.
Last week I was invited to speak on a panel at the Boston THack, Tnooz’s event for developers and engineers. The topic was innovation in travel technology.
Amadeus used its own hotel API and others from SilverRail, Goby, Google and Facebook to create a sports fans travel recommendations website, to take top honors at THack Boston.