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65. CWT Launches Mobile App for Booking Domestic Business Travel in China
Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) has launched a mobile booking app called CWT Online China that enables China-based business travelers to book domestic travel via their smartphone. CWT released an international online booking tool, also called CWT Online specifically for the Chinese market in September.
66. New Technology Enhances Silversea Cruises On Board Entertainment
Silversea Cruises has launched a complimentary service that provides streaming movies and live television news broadcasts to guests' mobile devices aboard Silver Cloud. The service can be accessed on any Wi-Fi-enabled laptop, smartphone, tablet, or even e-book reader -- anything with a browser.
67. Dusit Partners PressReader
Dusit International has teamed up with PressReader to offer guests unlimited access to over 5,000 publications and magazines worldwide. Guests staying in participating hotels and resorts can download the PressReader application on any digital device such as a smartphone, tablet, eReader or access content using a laptop via web browser.
68. Centara Launches iPhone and Android Apps
Centara Hotels & Resorts has launched iPhone and Android apps that enable anyone to check room availability and book online using their smartphone. The apps are available free of charge at Apple Apps Store for iPhone, and Google Play for Android.
69. 311-Room ibis Hotel Opens in Adelaide
Accor has expanded its portfolio of hotels in Australia with the opening of the ibis Adelaide. The new build hotel features commissioned artwork by street graffiti artist Ghostpatrol, and the latest Samsung technology enabling guests to beam their photos, videos and even games onto the big screen using compatible Samsung Smartphones throughout all 311 guest rooms.
70. Munich Airport Upgrades Free Internet Service
A new service at Munich Airport now lets passengers and visitors surf the internet free of charge for as long as they want. Regardless of the device smartphone, laptop or tablet all users at the airport now have quick and easy network access. In the past, WLAN internet access at Munich Airport was free of charge, but only for the first 30 minutes. Now the airport hot spot has b
71. Marriott Expands Mobile Check-In and Check-Out Service Globally
Marriott Hotels has expanded mobile check-in and checkout globally for Marriott Rewards members to nearly 500 hotels. This means Marriott Rewards guests can simply check-in and checkout using the Marriott Mobile app on their smartphone. First introduced last year at its hotels in the United States and Canada, Marriott Hotels mobile check-in and checkout is now available in every co
72. Smartphones Fuel Self-Service Revolution at Airports
The number of smartphones carried by airline passengers has doubled over the last year making them an important tool for travelers wishing to check-in remotely, access flight information on the go, or use an emerging range of flight-related applications, according to the 2011 SITA - Air Transport World Passenger Self-Service Survey published on Tuesday.

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