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Looking through the Google glass - Hindustan Times

Looking through the Google glass - Hindustan Times | Travel technology | Scoop.it
Google Glass, like the name implies, is a pair of glasses that you wear but can do what no other ‘spectacles’ can even dream of. And the specs on these specs are quite mind-boggling. The technology is here.
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Personalization, wellness and special interest lead the latest trends in luxury travel

Personalization, wellness and special interest lead the latest trends in luxury travel | Travel technology | Scoop.it
Some of the visible trends are continuations from industry-wide trends, but also highlight just how specialized many travel suppliers are becoming in their pursuit of both market share and revenue growth.
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World Travel Market CEO debate: Does mobile stack up? - Travolution.co.uk

World Travel Market CEO debate: Does mobile stack up? - Travolution.co.uk | Travel technology | Scoop.it
The latest online travel news and jobs from Travolution.co.uk. Stay ahead with travel agent and travel technology news, case studies, in-depth articles and videos
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How to build your personal brand: The next step to anything

How to build your personal brand: The next step to anything | Travel technology | Scoop.it
Adii Pienaar is the author of Brandiing, a practical guide to content strategy and branding for business. Having had some success as a startup entrepreneur, Adii is now launching PublicBeta, ...
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Amadeus Isn't a Composer, It's the Largest Travel Company You Never Heard of

Amadeus Isn't a Composer, It's the Largest Travel Company You Never Heard of | Travel technology | Scoop.it
Participating in the annual corporate run in downtown Miami more than a decade ago, Tom Cates realized how under-the-radar his corporation really was. The announcer welcomed groups from company ...
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