Today DealAngel, a hotel search engine and aggregator, revealed that it will now be giving buy/wait advice to travelers based on market pricing trends for hotels.
Imagine yourself walking into a grocery store. The shelves are stocked full of brightly labeled cans and boxes of goods. You gaze in awe at the vast selection of product.
First things first, as chair of the OpenTravel Alliance, I am a staunch supporter of open APIs and standards in travel.
In late December, just a week after American Airlines removed its fares from Orbitz, Travelport terminated a developer’s agreement it had with Farelogix.
TripIt says the number of applications leveraging the TripIt API nearly doubled over the last year to more than 330.
GuestCentric, which develops e-commerce solutions for independent hotels, gave developers access to its platform through a Developers Cloud.