Tnooz Nuggets - Monday 15 August 2011NewsBy PhocusWire | August 15, 2011Share This article was originally published on This is the regular Tnooz roundup of product news from around the travel, tourism and hospitality industry, all with a technology, online and digital twist - Monday 15 August 2011. So-called "experience sharing platform" Vayable is setting up shop in New York, its first location outside of home town San Francisco. The startup [TLabs Showcase - Vayable] has teamed with fellow Bay Area tech firm Airbnb to host a community event for potential new clients in New York on August 23.JAC Travel, the UK-based tour operator best known for its range of hotels online and inbound travel services, has recruited Naomi Reed from Lastminute.com. Previously head of supply at the Travelocity-owned European online travel agency, Reed is charged with growing JAC's client base in the USA and Canada.Lonely Planet and Visa joined forces to create a travel microsite for the credit card giant, containing expert information on destinations and the best way to access money abroad. users can access advice on how to access their cash in 12 destinations around the world: Australia, China, Croatia, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand, the UAE and Ukraine.Skyscanner introduces the first dedicated mobile version of its website this week. Engineers have created versions for Kindles, Android and iPhoWindows Mobile 7, Blackberry 6, Palm OS 1.43, Kindles, Android and iPhone. The metasearch engine aleeady has apps in the market for iPhone and Android devices.