6 Travel Tech Trends for 2006

Bray, John; Schetzina, Cathy; Steinbrink, Susan
April 2006
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2006, p150
Trade Publication
The article presents information on six travel technology trends in the U.S. in 2006, analyzed by PhoCusWright Inc. It mentions that technology trend, like Really Simple Syndication (RSS), that provide quick information on travel deals and prices, will be prevalent in 2006. Another trend based on social networking, provides travel experiences and suggestions of various people. It mentions that mapping technology is also being increasingly used by the travel companies.


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