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17. Regent Enhances Website with Smartphone Version
Regent Hotels & Resorts has launched a smartphone version of its global website. The new mobile site, designed and developed by London-based brand and digital agency, Nucleus, expands Regent's online mobile presence. The website, first launched in 2011, now adapts to tablets and a variety of smartphones, including iPhones and Android devices, providing an optimized user experience
18. LG V20 to be Worlds First Smartphone to Launch with Android 7.0 Nougat
The LG V20, LG's next flagship smartphone, will be the first device to feature Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. The LG V20 is expected to begin shipping in September 2016. The LG V20 will take advantage of many of the best features of Nougat, including Vulkan-supported graphics for more immersive gaming while also delivering better battery performance with Doze. Consumers will al
19. Washington Marriott Completes Renovation; Enables Smartphone Check-In
The Washington Marriott at Metro Center has completed the renovation of its 459 guestrooms and suites, a multi-million investment by its owners, Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc. In addition to the new look of the guestrooms, the hotel is an early adopter of Marriott Hotels new mobile check-in, allowing smartphone users a convenient, easier and faster way to check-in.
20. PolyU Study: How Smartphones Shape Travel Experience
It will come as no surprise that the ever-increasing everyday use of smartphones spills over to the tourist experience. Smartphone use is most definitely transforming our daily lives, allowing us to listen to music, take photographs, socialise with friends, obtain information and make purchases wherever we want. This should have clear implications for travel, but the researchers no
21. Strong Demand for Self Service Systems @ Abu Dhabi Airport
Passengers at Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) have the highest demand for self-service options of all six major airport hubs included in this years SITA/Air Transport World Passenger Self-Service Survey, which also found high rates of smartphone adoption among premium travelers. It is the first time that AUH has featured in the survey.
22. Mexican Passengers Using Mobile Technology to Improve Travel Experience
Air passengers in Mexico are increasingly using smartphones and mobile technology to enhance their travel experience, according to a new survey from air transport IT specialist, SITA. The 2014 SITA/Air Transport World Passenger Survey reports that 89% of Mexican passengers carry a smartphone with them with they travelcompared to the global average of 81%and they are looking for w
23. Brazilian Travellers Among Worlds Most Connected
More airline passengers in Brazil carry a smartphone than in other parts of the world. The SITA-ATW Passenger Survey reveals that 85% of passengers in Brazil carry smartphones compared to the global average of 81%. A significantly higher percentage of these passengers use apps from airlines, airports and travel agencies compared with passengers from Europe, Africa and the Middle Ea
24. Fuji Xerox Expands SkyDesk Media Trek to Singapore
Fuji Xerox has launched SkyDesk Media Trek in Singapore. The cloud service, that delivers audio guidance linked to a global positioning system (GPS) for individual smartphone users, can help the Singapore Tourism Board, travel agencies, and other organizations to provide tourists with new, more submersive experiences.

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