Travel expert plans to resume publishing of the travel books, which the Web giant acquired but killed last month.
The pages that were formerly known as, say, FrommersTravel, are now being labeled as ZagatTravel.
The search giant ends production of the printed versions of the popular travel books.
The site, which has grown in prominence, joins Say's Technology channel. That means the publication will now have access to more than 75 million monthly readers.
As long as Google dominates search and continues to acquire content and make its products work more "seamlessly," competitors like Yelp and Fodor's will be at a disadvantage on Google's platform.
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Forrester predicts that 200 million workers will be lining up for a Windows tablet. Apple may want to take a bite out of that market with an iPad "Pro."
Company ends second quarter with a 42 percent rise in subscribers compared with last year, but it appears customers are opting for cheaper subscription options.