Location-based check-ins are nothing new – however, the concept of being able to tag a moment in time with location is a developing concept. A relatively new travel startup called Geospike allows users to create time-stamped, location-specific travel journals – without necessarily having to write one.
The internet revolution continues apace. Not content with completely changing the entire world in less than 20 years, the Internet is now also trying to organise it.
Travelers have been leading the mobile charge for some time now, toting tables and clutching phones on trips all over the world. With all of these connected travelers roaming localities around the world, mobile advertising is poised to grow exponentially in the years to come.
Boulder, US-based Tagwhat has announced some major features today, including a Publishing Tool that allows anyone to tether digital content from across the Web to a specific geo-tagged real-world location.
Paris is just Paris – everyone knows it has the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame Cathedral, SacrÃ©-CÅ“ur, well known landmarks and tourist attractions.
In June Rakettitiede, a startup in Helsinki, released Grafetee, an app for discovering and remembering locations. It’s like Foursquare, but with a twist.
Today HipGeo, the trip journal app for iPhone and iPad, has added functionality that lets you record travel video and automatically geo-locate it on a map and timeline that can be shared with others.
The Travel Technology Initiative recently announced the launch of TTIcodes, an initiative to create “the definitive listing of properties” core information.