Smartphones are becoming ubiquitous across the world. It is therefore no surprise that the hotel industry is taking notice of smartphones and using them to enhance the customer experience. But how exactly is the industry going about this?
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and technology can help you up your game. From gifts to the perfect meal, you can’t go wrong with a cell phone in your hand and a search bar at your thumb.
Swiss-based Treovi.com, the first truly 100% no commissions online hotel reservation system, has launched a new beta of its website.
ChowNow is an online ordering system for the foodservice industry that uses branded mobile and social media tools to expand restaurant’s capabilities.
Here are a few food and wine apps that can direct you to fine wine online or at your favorite store, as well as help you enhance your tasting experience.
Tripbnb, the world’s first online social travel marketplace, is offering travel perks to people who might be interested in making a financial contribution that will help towards the development of ...
Lilitab just released this infographic on the growth of iPad kiosks in the hospitality industry.
Urban Outfitters revealed that they are going to phase out cash registers in favor of Apple touch-screen products.
The web is full of social travel sites, though one in particular that’s setting a high bar is Gogobot. As on other sites, you can read and write reviews of hotels, restaurants and other establishments.
Total Wine & More, America’s largest independent retailer of fine wine, spirits and beer, will introduce its new, “next-generation” retail experience in Southern California.
For those with limited experience in the kitchen, the idea of learning to cook quick meals in the manner of a chirpy TV chef is a little daunting. These apps make life a lot easier for any cook, with any level of experience.
Magic Hour AppInstragram has been one of the biggest creative mobile apps ever. Here is short list of the best mobile apps for photographers.
Nearly half of American travelers this year plan to use mobile devices during travel as a resource, and nearly 40% of online travelers visit social networking sites to influence destination choices.
Not only is Maggiano’s Little Italy encouraging users to follow their Instagram account, they are also asking diners to share photos taken at the restaurant on Twitter with the hashtag, #Maggianos.
As a small business, you have to be ahead of the technology trends. More small shops are taking advantage of mobile applications to connect with their customers. Sometimes it makes sense to embrace a mobile app, but other times, you could be wasting your time.
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There’s a new app available for food-truck lovers! TruxMap aggregates information for food trucks that are open at specific times, and lays out their locations via “pins” on a Google map.
One of the factors that makes Foursquare appealing is that it rewards users with badges for checking into places. Last week, Foursquare unveiled city badges.
Delta Airlines has implemented a system for travelers to track their checked baggage via the airline carrier’s iPhone app, allowing guests to monitor the whereabouts of their luggage at all times.
JCPenney is welcoming the holiday season with several new digital initiatives, like the Salvation Army Angel Program and QR Santa Tags