Yahoo’s decision to buy Tumblr is bad news for Marissa Meyer’s shareholders, because the deal fails the four tests of a successful acquisition.
The personal computer market in 2013 is in a chaotic state, as tablets and mobiles continue to become critical devices in the hands of users.
Big Data, a term that has become a “yes-we-are-aware-of-it” term among travel industry decision makers, is going to become increasingly important in the years forward.
Google’s suite of web and mobile-based services are continuing their penetration into travel industry. But with the launch of Glass, Google’s most hi-tech product yet, the ramifications for the sector are huge.
Some way off (maybe), but visitors to the FiturTech hospitality exhibition in Spain this week are experiencing what some believe will be the hotel room of the future.
Federal regulators closed a 20-month probe of Googleâ€™s search business without finding any antitrust violations.
Technology continues to push the travel, tourism and hospitality industry forward and make it more dynamic than ever before. But the next phase is where it gets REALLY exciting.
Much hyped but slow to be adopted, augmented reality may finally be getting its start turn as manufacturers like Nokia make it a built-in feature, instead of bolt-on option.
Windows 8 is the much anticipated fresh version of the Microsoft OS, which launches October 2012. Its Bing Travel and CheapOair apps offer interesting peeks into the system.
Travel Tech Scan: Asia Pacific hotel management boom, Air Canada goes budget, in-flight bikini dance, and more
The next two years will be a boom time for hotel management in Asia Pacific despite the economic turmoil, according to new studies and announcements, while a Vietnamese airline gets fined for having an in-flight bikini dance.