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Uber moves to mend fences with drivers, allowing in-app tipping

Uber is making a long sought-after change to its mobile app, allowing customers to tip within the Uber app when they reach …

 
 

Up until now, Google Translate had been one of the only mainstream translation apps. Now Skype has released its own Skype Translator …

 
 

History will most certainly repeat itself for those using the “Timetraveler Berlin Wall” app, which visually reconstructs the Berlin Wall for tablet …

 
 

Text-based Q&A keeps on coming, with yet another pivot into the space; this time by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone’s Jelly. The app, …

 
 

Dash is the latest startup attempting to address one of the most significant pain-points in the food service side of the hospitality …

 
 

Believe or not, there are still quite a few figures dotted around the industry who remain sceptical about how influential mobiles and tablets will be on travel.

 
 

For years, many of those at the sharp end of pulling together websites for travel brands thought about pastels colours, shadows and two-dimensional design.

 
 

GuestStream has rolled out a mobile app, the “Welcome App.”

 
 

To say that mobile needs to be an essential part of any travel firm’s armour is, well, stating the obvious.

 
 

Mobile is transforming many industries, travel probably as much as any. The out-of-home, often in unfamiliar places, nature of travel has made it almost a perfect fit for mobile as a technology.

 
 
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