TripAdvisor bought GateGuru today, an app that gives you live flight times, airport terminal amenities information, wait-times, and more.
Popular travel advice and booking site TripAdvisor has acquired luxury travel site Jetsetter from Gilt Groupe for an undisclosed sum.
Three billion tweets and tens of millions of tips ought to add up to something. In Foursquare’s case, that means the “Best of” series, which highlights “the most awesome places in cities across the U.S.”
Facebook announced its new graph search today. And everything in local marketing is going to change, again.
What it’s really going to do is open up the vast hoard of Facebook data and eat the lunch of a thousand large and small companies that make money by aggregating and rating what people do and where they go.
Guest Post If you’ve ever thought about paying for inauthentic endorsements like this, you better pump the breaks because third party review sites are now making it as obvious as Snooki’s spray tan that you’ve invested in fake reviews.
After all, Santa knows who’s naughty and who’s nice.
TripAdvisor and Kiva strike strategic partnership where TripAdvisor will offer $250K in loans on behalf of its community.
Today there’s one less challenger trying to unseat veteran vacation destination TripAdvisor from its digital throne.
Wanderfly, a travel recommendation search engine, re-launched its service Wednesday with a whole new site. The company is doing away with details like hotel prices and is offering picture-heavy travel guides for cities instead.
Guest Post Google’s new Search plus Your World product, announced yesterday, is making a lot of waves. The new search puts content shared by your friends in the Google+ social network higher up in search results than other content — a move that’s raised antitrust concerns.