I recently read two interesting articles regarding the latest announcement from Twitter
Malaysia Airlines is letting its cabin crew loose with iPads for a six-month trial period following a deal with airline technology specialist SITA
Starting in December, Allegiant Air and three low cost carriers outside the US say they will hand out FlyDesk Cabin-capable tablets and software fleet-wide.
Some interesting findings from this IAB research on what and when people are consuming media using their smartphone and tablet devices
The popularity of tablet devices is encouraging more travellers to research and book trips via their mobile devices, a new study has found.
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s piece on kids and parents’ mobile habits is this study from eDigitalResearch tracking tablet and smartphone behaviour in the UK
Days after the all clear from the Federal Aviation Administration for American Airlines pilots to replace paper manuals with iPads in the cockpit and the airline has revealed details of its tablet programme for flight attendants.
Screens are pervasive, part of techno-centric society like never before. Consumers have screens of all shapes and sizes, and are increasingly using multiple screens at the same time. So how can travel brands capitalize on this developing trend of consumer consumption?