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Were we really expecting a different outcome? Several months after Google bought Frommer's to bolster its location efforts, Skift hears that the iconic travel guide maker has completely stopped publication of print editions as its focus swings to the online realm. Authors say that many of their sc...

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If you travel a lot, Triposo (free, universal) is a great addition to your app arsenal. Triposo has guides for pretty much everywhere, even out-of-the-way places for US travelers like Afghanistan, Chad, Latvia and Zambia to name just a few. In addition to country guides, there are city guides for...

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mTrip has just told us that the company will make 17 of its most popular iPhone travel guide apps free this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Five travel guides will be available for free today (normally US$5.99), and six others over the next two days. Here's what cities you can grab on what day...

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Frommer's and Inkling have teamed up to bring the popular series of travel guides to the iPad and the iPhone, says a report in Paid Content. The interactive titles will feature retina-optimized photographs, interactive tours, maps, notebooks, and real-time weather. Users will also be able to sh...

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For any of our readers planning to take a trip you'll want to check out the list below to see if your destination city is there. For this week only, mTrip is offering its popular iPhone travel guides for free. Different guides are available for free each day of the week. All of mTrip's travel g...

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Since the release of Brain Age in Japan, Nintendo has turned their attention toward casual, nontraditional fare for adult audiences. Much of it, like Brain Age, is casual game material with a slight educational slant, but other successful DS releases, like Cooking Navi and Eigo Zuke, are not games...

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