Mcommerce, mobile wallets, Near Field Communication – buzzwords the travel industry has been throwing around with increasing enthusiasm in recent years.
Nice win for HRS as it announces it will be the first – and initially exclusive – provider of technology to allow iPhone users to manage their hotel reservations on the new Passbook service.
Perhaps later than some would have expected, but half of consumers reckon by 2025 they will be paying for goods and services using a thumb print.
TRX expands its hold on Boeing’s corporate travel department, Germany’s under-the-radar booking engine HolidayCheck soars, and other news stories on August 8.
It’s been over 18 months since there was any official action on the Apple iTravel front – but perhaps things will stir once again after the regulators approved a number of important patents.
Near Field Communication technology is making progress with a world airport first claimed by Toulouse-Blagnac Airport today
Is NFC ready for prime time? 2011 saw just four articles on Tnooz tagged with NFC (Near Field Communication), one of which was a futuristic video.
A smoother, less stressful airport process might be within reach thanks to technology developed by SITA Lab and Orange Business Services