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The centrally located Hilton Prague Old Town is proud to announce the completion of its multi-million dollar renovation
American Express today announced plans to open a new location within its signature airport lounge network, The Centurion Lounge, at Heathrow. This will be...
DFW AIRPORT, Texas - Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport has launched its official mobile app for smartphones, giving customers the latest information and updates about flights, parking, sho
FORT WORTH, Texas - American Airlines today launched a new mobile app – its first app specifically designed for iPad – offering holiday travelers a superior user experience, enabled by the iPad's
World Travel Market, the leading global event for the travel industry, has launched a brand new 2012 mobile App, available now to download to all major smartphones.
As devices like the iPad and Android tablets become more popular, there is a significant opportunity to monetize them in future.
Back in April 2010, it came to light that Apple is working on an iTravel app and has been busy filing a series of submissions to the US Patent & Trademark Office.
LOS ANGELES, California - Green Globe Certification and Green Key Global jointly announced the inclusion of Green Key certified hotels and resorts in the Green Globe App for Apple mobile devices.
MARINA DEL REY, California – Signature announced a comprehensive and innovative new mobile travel app: Pocket Travel Consultant, at its annual Owners’ Meeting, recently held at the Ritz-Carlton Gr
SINGAPORE – Agoda.com, Asia’s global hotel booking site and part of Nasdaq-listed Priceline Group (Nasdaq: PCLN), today announced the launch of an Android app, allowing even more smartphone users
EVA Air is giving travellers more convenient access to information about its flights and services with the launch of a free app for iPhone, iPod Touch and Android.
Sixty-one percent of online travel companies surveyed in a recent global EyeforTravel poll do not have a mobile-friendly website. Seventy-one percent do not have a mobile app.