Internet Of Things


Amazon Go - why having this level of convenience is nerve-jangling
Amazon Go - why having this level of convenience is nerve-jangling
By Daniel Cooper - Engadget | January 23, 2018
Half a decade in the making, and after a year of intensive testing, Amazon's cashier-free convenience store is opening to the public. Read More
Notated News | Technology
How Chinese investments are shaking up India's digital economy
How Chinese investments are shaking up India's digital economy
By Madhav Chanchani - Economic Times | January 15, 2018
When online grocer Bigbasket went to market in early 2017 to raise capital just a year after securing $150 million, the list of suitors was very different. Read More
Notated News | Startups
LG's new robots designed to replace hotel staff
LG's new robots designed to replace hotel staff
By Esther Hertzfeld - Hotel Management | January 10, 2018
With its new line of robots, LG is going one step further with physical robots powered to deliver meals, drop off luggage and even assist with grocery shopping. Is this the future guests really want? Read More
Notated News | Technology
Video: Don't believe the hype of digital assistants - embrace it
Video: Don't believe the hype of digital assistants - embrace it
By Kevin May | January 10, 2018
The emergence of digital assistants in the past few years has excited many people in the travel brands. Read More
News | Technology
Bitcoin least interesting use of Blockchain, so there
Bitcoin least interesting use of Blockchain, so there
By Andrew Keys - ConsensyMedia | January 4, 2018
Bitcoin is the Generation 0 of blockchain technology… the opening act… the gateway drug … the first inning … MySpace. Read More
Notated News | Technology
Amazon patent blends reality to virtual locales
Amazon patent blends reality to virtual locales
By Alan Boyle - GeekWire | January 3, 2018
Amazon has a new patented technology: a blended-reality display that puts your image into a virtual scene. Read More
Notated News | Technology
QOTW: Something about human-like robots
QOTW: Something about human-like robots
By PhocusWire | December 29, 2017
Quote from Rob Greyber, president at Egencia. Read More
News | Technology
Expedia knows how online travel makes you feel
Expedia knows how online travel makes you feel
By Jamie Biesiada - Travel Weekly | December 29, 2017
On the reflective side of one-way glass sits a test subject in a soundproof room, multiple sensors applied to her face, wearing high-tech glasses that track her eyes' every movement. Read More
News | Technology
Apple plots multi-product app experience
Apple plots multi-product app experience
By Mark Gurman - Bloomberg | December 27, 2017
Apple has plans to allow a single set of apps that work equally well across its family of devices: iPhones, iPads and Macs. Read More
Notated News | Technology
PhocusWire Forecast 2018: Our view on Technology
PhocusWire Forecast 2018: Our view on Technology
By PhocusWire | December 20, 2017
The problem with technology as a term in the travel industry is that it’s now so ubiquitous that it becomes difficult to single out what developments are the most important for 2018. Read More
Opinion | Technology
PhocusWire Forecast 2018: Call Centers and Mobile AR
PhocusWire Forecast 2018: Call Centers and Mobile AR
By PhocusWire | December 20, 2017
Technologies at the opposite end of the spectrum - but important considerations for any travel brand as they embark on the next 12 months. Read More
News | Technology
PhocusWire Forecast 2018: Nine unstoppable tech moves
PhocusWire Forecast 2018: Nine unstoppable tech moves
By Bernard Marr - LinkedIn | December 19, 2017
The speed of change in technology over the past few years has been astonishing - with applications of it related to many areas of the travel, tourism and hospitality sector. Read More
Notated News | Technology
Google Pixel Buds are not game-changers
Google Pixel Buds are not game-changers
By Leo Mirani - 1843 Magazine | December 17, 2017
Over-engineered by a company that doesn’t seem to understand how humans interact, Google Pixel Buds are a perfect example of Silicon Valley arrogance. Read More
Notated News | Technology
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Think you're leading the way in AI? Look outside the window
By Kevin May | December 13, 2017
Artificial intelligence has been the buzz trend of 2017, with countless travel companies eager to claim their prowess in the field or signify how it's become core to their strategy. Read More
News | Technology
hilton new mobile hotel
Hilton unveils first mobile-focused hotel room
By Jill Menze | December 11, 2017
Much like Marriott’s “hotel room of the future,” Hilton has debuted what it’s billing as the first mobile-centric hotel room with its “Connected Room.” Read More
News | Technology