Online travel site Hotwire has partnered with TripIt to bring itinerary tracking to its service. Users will also be able to access TripIt's premium Pro package from the site.
The search giant's latest concessions to settle the dispute are seen as a positive step by the European Commission.
Federal regulators scrutinizing Google may not have a strong enough case to file a lawsuit targeting the company's search service, Bloomberg reports.
The travel firm announces today that it will become two separate entities, Expedia and TripAdvisor. It expects to complete the spin-off in the third quarter of 2011.
The deal to acquire restaurant and hotel reviewer Zagat raises questions about Google playing favorites with the information it owns over rival sites.
Washington, D.C., lawyer paid by Google's competitors says carving the Mountain View search company into multiple parts isn't "necessarily what's called for here," but might end up happening.
A software development company is claiming patent infringment on the part of Apple's new Passbook electronic ticketing system.
Competitors say Google's recently introduced practice of placing travel search results on top of everything else is a problem.
Google is said to be nearing agreement with Justice Dept. over its intended $700 million purchase of the travel software company. The deal's been under regulatory scrutiny since announced in July.
Spencer Rascoff takes charge of the online real estate service. Former CEO and co-founder Rich Barton will continue to lead board of directors.