Not content with trousering $250,000 from winning the Travel Innovation Summit at the PhoCusWright Conference a few weeks back, TourWrist has added a further $1 million to its coffers.
Tnooz was asked this week to participate in a roundtable discussion hosted by prominent Northern Irish blogger and author Mick Fealty, editor of Slugger O’Toole.
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.
Every hotel needs to discover what is unique about its brand and then promote heavily in its marketing efforts on the web.
TLabs Showcase on travel startups featuring Singapore-based 3rd Planet, a 3D interactive travel guide platform for tourism boards and destinations.
The buzz in mobile and travel social media is normally around actual travel companies – but here comes BMW, one of the biggest car manufacturers in the world with its own effort.
The Travel Technology Initiative recently announced the launch of TTIcodes, an initiative to create “the definitive listing of properties” core information.
Fair amount of chatter recently about a new service expected to launch later in 2011 – a 3D interactive guide to destinations around the world.
The availability of some government data in a digital format and open source code for products such as Google Maps allows for some interesting and useful mashups.