Webware 100 Editors' Choice: Farecast
A new service predicts whether the price you see for an item you want is going to be as good tomorrow as it is today.
Bing has entered into a partnership with travel search tool Kayak to dig up flight results on Bing's Travel site. Several years ago Kayak accused Bing of copying its design.
Microsoft has joined the fray as part of a coalition that's trying to put a stop towards Google's acquisition of travel giant ITA Software.
The software maker buys the Seattle-based travel search engine, which helps predict which way air fares are headed. It's mum on just how it plans to use the service.
The latest version of the Bing for Mobile iPhone app brings customers an improved mapping experience and new travel features.
Here's how to find the best price on a flight to a location you can't afford to stay at.
Called Kayak Explore, the map lets you see exactly where you can go at what price range. It might not be used to actually book travel, but it's cool regardless.
Webware darling Farecast is adding hotel price analysis to its existing airfare prediction service.
Microsoft updates two of its services with third-party integration.