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Now available to one and all (but still in beta, only for US residents and priced at $1,500), Google Glass is adding another selling point: travel accessory. That's thanks to new Glassware from Foursquare (we hope a Swarm patch is included), OpenTable and TripIt, adding to other services that supp...

May 15th 2014 at 12:29am
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I'm always on the lookout for a new travel app -- I've used TripIt a little bit and I don't mind it, but it hasn't really grabbed me a must-use way just yet. So when TripCase sent word that they'd just hit version 3.0 with a new design and some new features, I decided to give the app a quick l...

March 13th 2013 at 8:00pm
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For those of us who use the TripIt service and app to keep track of our upcoming travel plans, the lack of an iPad version of the app was somewhat annoying. You could always load the iPhone app onto your iPad and use the 2X button to expand the size, but it just didn't look or feel right. Third-pa...

May 3rd 2011 at 12:00pm
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We've been fans of the Tripit app & web travel manager since we first looked at it back in 2009, and the latest updates to it haven't cooled our ardor at all. Tripit makes simple something that could be very complicated. It takes all the various emailed itineraries you have for a trip --...

March 27th 2011 at 6:00am

Tom Merritt knows his apps. As anchor of Tech News Today for the TWiT network, he sees his fair share of great tech. We caught up with Tom back in January at CES and asked his "top" 3 apps -- they happened to be the ones he uses the most. Apps discussed: Twitter TripIt Fruit Ninja

March 5th 2011 at 2:00pm
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Do you travel a lot for business or pleasure? If you do, then you'll find the new free iPhone app (click opens iTunes) from to be a great way to organize your trip imports and interprets your itineraries from airlines, hotel chains, ticket outlets, and other travel compan...

April 12th 2009 at 12:30am