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Articles tagged “tech”

Cruises

Carnival Corp. Wants Wearable Tech to Elevate the Cruise Experience

We think this will take some getting used to for cruise passengers and crew alike. But the widespread acceptance of Disney's MagicBand — at least in Florida parks — shows that vacationers can adapt and embrace new forms of technology, especially if it improves their trip.

Carnival Corp. Wants Wearable Tech to Elevate the Cruise Experience

Airlines

Airlines Say Sabre Reservations System Glitch Cause Delayed, Cancelled Flights

Southwest and Delta aren't the only airlines with technology problems. American, JetBlue and Alaska joined the party today with a tech glitch in their Sabre reservations systems, although today's outages appear to be on a smaller scale that what Southwest and Delta experienced several months ago.

Airlines Say Sabre Reservations System Glitch Cause Delayed, Cancelled Flights

Hotels

Choice Hotels Eyes an Unfamiliar and New Upscale Market

Choice Hotels CEO Stephen P. Joyce knows that future success for his company depends on smart acquisitions and investments in technology, loyalty, and the sharing economy.

Choice Hotels Eyes an Unfamiliar and New Upscale Market

Business Travel

Business Travelers Want Free Hotel Wi-Fi and Smart Power Outlets More Than Anything Else

We think there's plenty of opportunity for hotels to get more creative with the services they offer on their mobile apps, but they should also prioritize the basics: free, fast Wi-Fi and convenient, plentiful power outlets.

Business Travelers Want Free Hotel Wi-Fi and Smart Power Outlets More Than Anything Else

Tourism

Silicon Valley Has an Unofficial Nerd Heritage Trail for Tech Tourists

It's like a Star Maps for computer science majors.

Silicon Valley Has an Unofficial Nerd Heritage Trail for Tech Tourists

Hotels

3 Hoteliers on the New Technology They’ll Give Employees in 2016

Introducing technology on devices with household names helps with implementing change faster and more efficiently, and it continues the dominant trend of letting employees use the consumer tech they already know in their daily work lives.

3 Hoteliers on the New Technology They’ll Give Employees in 2016

Airlines

American’s Plan to Avoid Post-Merger Tech Meltdown

American is well aware of the risks at hand in combining two airlines' reservations systems and will do everything it can to avoid errors of past mergers.

American’s Plan to Avoid Post-Merger Tech Meltdown

Announcements

Skift Global Forum: Come Learn About the Future of Travel

Skift Global Forum is the first conference focused on top strategists, technologists, and marketers in travel, the people creating the future of travel in 2014 and beyond. Come join us in New York City on October 9th!

Skift Global Forum: Come Learn About the Future of Travel