Wikivoyage officially launches today with support by the Wikimedia Foundation, with much of its content copied from Wikitravel, a run by private company Internet Brands.
Last week, Ryan Holliday filed an anti-SLAPP motion seeking to dismiss Internet Brandâ€™s lawsuit against him and other unpaid contributors of content to the Wikitravel site.
There are many that have written off quick response (QR) codes as having no real value going forward especially with the emergence of other technologies such as near field communication
Yesterday, Wikimedia Foundation announced that it will seek declaratory relief in response to legal threats from Internet Brands, the company that has run the collaboratively-edited destination database Wikitravel since 2006.
Back in July 2010, when Google said it was splashing out $700 million on air search and shopping tech provider ITA Software, officials put together a handy diagram.
Similar to when Google bought ITA Software in the summer of 2010, officials are avoiding saying yet what the search giant intends to do with its purchase of Frommer’s travel guides.