Think all the love at in the travel division at Google is directed at the Flight Search product? Think again.
Forget flights, Google is quietly adding new features to Hotel Finder as rivals look on (and advertise)
Maps have a transformative power â€“ they are a relentless source of visual creativity, especially in the travel industry.
Neat idea from the folk at the Weather Channel with the introduction of a trip planning service that combines route information with the latest forecast.
It’s all about how to attract attention to small destinations at the moment, following the success of a Swiss mountain village on Facebook and efforts elsewhere.
Inspiration. An over used-word around these parts. But inspiration remains one of the final remaining challenges in online travel.
Google developers having fun again, perhaps just to keep everyone else entertained over coffee. Now you can discover volume and language of searches on a spinning globe!
Google has formally announced (after piloting last year) a project to offer businesses such as hotels free panoramic views of their properties on Google Places.
Interesting collaboration between a tourism board and Google, with VisitBritain working with Google to produce a competition to find the best street in the UK.