The road to travel and the road to happiness are one and the same – so this survey says. See if you’re surprised by how much travel factors into happiness.
Google Maps is going places. Its newest feature transports you to each of the Seven Summits without ever leaving your laptop – or your pajamas.
The Chinese and the wealthy aren’t the only traveler segment that hotels should note as women increasingly dominate social media and travel decision-making.
Indonesia is posed as the next up-and-coming market – just in time for Web in Travel’s Indonesia conference next month.
With all the access to nature minus the mosquitoes and cold, glamping is gaining traction as a luxurious alternative to camping. Here’s what hotels offer.
How does your country stack up against other countries in power of tourism appeal? A report from World Economic Forum provides a benchmark on 140 countries.
Facebook’s newsfeed redesign presents a clearer, minimalist, visually-enhanced experience – 3 design elements that seem lifted from another social network.
More than a decade after the 9/11 attacks, TSA updates their banned items policy and begins allowing certain items on board. Is it too much too soon?
We review the local and global events that shaped social media in 2012 and offer a retrospective look at the year that was.