Malaysia tourism launches Trip Planner app for iOS, Android
As smartphones and tablets increase in popularity, so do threats that target mobile devices exclusively.
HotelTonight is aiming to outrun its copycat competitors with an iPhone app upgrade called Snap Your Stay, which encourages users to take photos of their hotel rooms.
Ryanair officially unveiled its first app back in September last year (after keeping it quiet for around six months) – and now it is bringing its unique approach to web merchandising also to mobiles.
Opportunist cyber criminals are seeing mobile devices as the new method of spreading their chaos, with ome countries reporting a 400% increase in malware on some handsets between 2011 to 2012.
Indian travel search service iXiGo is joining the trend of brands in the country that are building mobile apps for customers which have functionality away from the core business.
EasyJet is testing mobile boarding passes across departures from six airports including London Stansted, Edinburgh and Amsterdam
Blackberry CEO Thorsten Heins doesn’t see a future in tablet computing, perhaps a sign the company will abandon a follow-up to its PlayBook device.
Pass through a London tube station at the moment and you cannot fail to see a poster campaign for the Apple iPad, reminding potential owners of the hundreds of thousands of apps available.