Apple’s ‘iOS In The Car’ Launches Next Week

News about Apple’s “iOS in the Car” has been all over the place for a couple of months. Now, for anyone who has been eagerly waiting to be able to take Siri along on their travels wont have to wait much longer at all. A report in the Financial Times tells us that iOS in the . . . → Read More: Apple’s ‘iOS In The Car’ Launches Next Week

Stream Content Effortlessly To Your HDTV With Google’s Chromecast Or Roku’s Streaming Stick

If you haven’t head about Google’s Chromecast by now then you need to get out from under that rock you call a home before people start calling you Patrick Star. Chromecast is an external dongle that you plug into your HDTV’s HDMI port which allows you to stream content from any mobile device to your television.

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VMware Service Allows Users To Run Windows Desktops On Chromebooks

VMware recently announced that it will offer virtual desktop services for Google’s Chromebooks, which will allow users to run Windows applications on the Chrome-based devices. Chromebooks are heavily pared-down laptops that aren’t designed to handle heavy computing, but they get the job done for casual users.

This news is actually very good for organizations that utilize a . . . → Read More: VMware Service Allows Users To Run Windows Desktops On Chromebooks

Google Quickoffice App For Free

There are so many apps available to consumers nowadays,  it is actually daunting. With so many coming out, even daily, it can be hard to determine which ones might actually be worth your time. We all have games such as Bejeweled and Angry Birds, but what about something designed more for the business man on the . . . → Read More: Google Quickoffice App For Free

Google’s Tablet to Debut at I/O Conference

According to recent reports, Google is planning on revealing its much-rumored tablet at the company’s I/O conference next month. TechnoBuffalo, which cites a “trusted source”, stated that Google will be showing off the new tablet at the conference which starts on June 27, 2012. In addition to that, it is rumored that Google will give a . . . → Read More: Google’s Tablet to Debut at I/O Conference

Android Market Website No Longer Blocked on Kindle Fire

The Kindle Fire is one of the hottest and most talked about devices at the moment. Amazon’s launch into the tablet market was a bombshell dropped on the tech world for many reasons, one of the top being the ridiculously low price of $199 that the company is charging for the tablet. However, the device is gaining some not . . . → Read More: Android Market Website No Longer Blocked on Kindle Fire

Google Preparing to Launch Travel Site

Google is a mere weeks away from launching its very own online travel search product according to many viable sources. Google has its hand in literally every market on the internet so why should travel be any different? I mean, Google Maps and Google Earth are already so successful that an online travel search product should fit in quite nicely. . . . → Read More: Google Preparing to Launch Travel Site

Google’s Acquisition of ITA Hits a Few Bumps

It is no surprise that Google has done great things in the world of travel. They have done a lot of things like teaming up and offering free WiFi to holiday travelers and making many tools to help you in your personal travel. Google’s tools can help do anything from planning your trips to getting pricing on different hotels. . . . → Read More: Google’s Acquisition of ITA Hits a Few Bumps

Is There a GDS App Store?

Third party software developers don’t get enough credit. They make a lot of fantastic apps and have made quite an impact on the technology market as a whole. Just look at your app store and browse the thousands of legitimate Third party apps that have been created and you will not be able to deny the impact 3rd party developers have had. But where do they stack up in the travel industry? Do Third party developers have any type of role in the travel market? Are there any factors out there that inhibit their contribution to the innovation of travel technology? . . . → Read More: Is There a GDS App Store?

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