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The Stayful hotel app: No trend left behind

Forget those year-in-review articles that list the hottest trends in design, marketing, and business models among consumer-facing travel startups.

Pivotal moments in 2014 – when Sabre changed its tune over NDC

There was a subtle change at Sabre HQ during 2015 – from leading the battle against IATA‘s NDC to embracing it.

Forget Silicon Valley, London or Berlin as startup hubs – move to Morocco

STARTUPS: Roll back the razzmatazz that surrounds areas such as Silicon Valley or cities such as Tel Aviv, Berlin or London, and you the challenges for any startup are obvious.

How brands can connect with modern mobile travelers [INFOGRAPHIC]

What kind of travel content are mobile travelers looking for when they use their devices? Or, from a commercial perspective, what types of activities are they searching for and then booking?

Travelers have growing expectations of the airport experience

Travelers are have growing expectations from airports, says the latest FlightView Connected Airport survey.

How to crack the algorithm

If we want to improve our positioning on as rapidly as possible in order to increase sales, it is obvious what needs to be done.

Easy Taxi cans India, bullish for 2015

Brazil-based Easy Taxi, one of the few taxi bookings apps with a global footprint, has confirmed that it is “scaling back” in Hong Kong and Indonesia and has canned plans to launch a service in India.

Understanding bad reviews to increase hotel ROI next year

Here’s what we know about good or bad reviews in the travel industry as 2014 comes to a close: they matter.

Accor pushes ancillaries via Nor1, EgyptAir plans transformation, Expedia signs Best Western, and more…

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel DISTRIBUTION in tourism and hospitality for December 2014.

New TV commercials show how far TripAdvisor has evolved [VIDEO]

Travellers in the UK will be the latest to see how far TripAdvisor has moved beyond its original strategy of sharing reviews of hotels.

No room at the inn for independent hotels as OTAs pack more punch

It’s not news that online travel agents charge significant commissions or that hotels would like to claw back some of that business direct via their own channels.

How Bluesmart became one of the most successful crowdfunding campaigns ever

Bluesmart is the first smart suitcase to market, appearing with a bang and becoming one of the top funded campaigns ever on Indiegogo.

When do TripAdvisor reviews help and hurt bookings?

A/B testing still dominates the optimization space, particularly for travel brands. It remains the most used testing method for improving conversion rates.

Guess the country with the best public wifi

There is an endless debate about roaming charges and how much they restrict travellers from taking advantage of mobile services overseas.

Baidu confirms global Uber tie-up

As widely expected, Chinese search giant Baidu has confirmed “a strategic investment and co-operation agreement” with Uber.

Lagisatu debuts apps for Muslim travellers, Minube memories, TheTrainLine mobile ticketing, and more…

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel DEVICES in tourism and hospitality for December 2014.

APIs, AIML, personalization – India’s developers raise the bar

The second Tnooz THack Bangalore showed not only how engaged the developer community is with travel tech, but also just how clever some of the ideas coming out of Bangalore are.

Priceline’s eases rate parity after European pressure

After pressure on from regulators in Sweden, France and Italy, the OTA has offered to soften the long-maligned rate parity clause in contracts with hotels.

The startup lingo bingo

STARTUPS: The travel industry, like countless other sectors, is mired in a language of corporate nonsense which, let’s face it, only serves to apparently make companies sound clever in their public-facing announcements. sold to Bravofly Rumbo for $120 million

Sabre has managed to offload its European online travel agency to the Bravofly Rumbo Group.