Bolt launches new vehicle type in London

Bolt has announced the launch of an XL category, giving customers access to larger vehicles via the app. XL is a bespoke category for bigger groups with a seating capacity of up to seven passengers. The introduction of this new category follows Bolt’s successful launch in London in June amid increasing demand from Bolt’s diverse customer base for larger capacity […]
Tech & Gadgets flouting Competition & Markets Authority ruling finds Which? is continuing to mislead consumers with pressure selling tactics – despite a crackdown by regulators aimed at putting a stop to such unscrupulous practices. That is according to a new investigation by consumer watchdog Which? Travel. The organisation carried out spot checks on six websites ordered to make changes following enforcement action by the Competition & Markets Authority over concerns of […]


Bolt to invest a €10 million in carbon neutrality

Bolt will seek to make journeys taken using its platform in Europe carbon neutral by offsetting emissions. The Estonia-headquartered company is making a number of commitments as part of its environmental strategy, called Green Plan. With a €10 million investment up to 2025, Bolt will offset its contribution to the European transportation sector’s carbon dioxide emissions by at least five […]


British Airways seeks to improve service with cabin crew iPhones

British Airways will issue all of its 15,000-cabin crew with iPhone XRs to help them offer a more personalised service to the more than 45 million customers that travel with the airline every year. The investment for all cabin crew members follows a successful trial of iPads for senior cabin crew on board every flight. The new phones will be […]

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New mobile app from Caribbean Airlines

Caribbean Airlines has launched a new mobile app. The app is designed for use by iOS and Android devices and features an array of tools to enhance the customers’ travel experience. It is available for download from the Google Play Store or the Apple App store. The new app enables customers to use their mobile devices to book flights to […]

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Google Maps Could Be the Do-It-All Restaurant App of the Future

As rumors surfaced last month that reservations platform Resy was up for sale, Google was on our short list of best guesses as to a potential buyer. The company’s dominance in local search and discovery is well-proven, and its interest in the restaurant business has only increased in recent years. “When I’m in a city or in a place that I’m not […]

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How to Keep Meeting Attendees Off Their Smartphones

What’s small, sometimes silent but super noisy at other times, and jam-packed with information? The answer, of course, is a cell phone, and that tool—along with smart mobile devices generally—is a big competitor for meeting planners when they’re trying to capture the attention of attendees. By 2015, 64 percent of adults around the country, or nearly two-thirds of Americans, owned […]

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Air Europa trials facial recognition technology in Menorca

Spain is spearheading the introduction of the first facial recognition pilot project in Europe, thanks to airport operator Aena and Air Europa’s collaboration. Biometric technology will speed-up boarding area control, identification and access processes. Biometric identification technology streamlines airport passenger movement by facilitating free, faster, safer and more efficient transit. This technological breakthrough aims at simplifying boarding procedures, until now […]

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WhatsApp: New features coming soon

When WhatsApp launched stickers there was a load of interest in these cute new additions to the popular Facebook-owned chat app. They gave users a new way to communicate and are slightly more flexible than Emoji. However there was one slight problem – you had to download a whole pack, perhaps filled with irrelevant stickers that you didn’t want. But the company […]

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Customers can pay using WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger

FIRST Direct customers can now pay friends using apps such as Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp without having to log into their online banking. The telephone and online bank has just launched the service called Fdpay, and it means customers can transfer money “within seconds” by tapping a payment icon on their phone’s keyboard. On pressing the Fdpay button, customers are […]