The final season of the hit sci-fi series premieres next week, and travel site Kayak has what appears to be an unofficial tie-in. Or is it?
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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.
You've got the whole jungle thing going on and a Dharma Initiative-flavored octagonal shape. Oh, and it can take down airplanes flying overhead.
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NetBase's HealthBase, unveiled this week, is to medicine what Kayak.com is to travel--the mother search engine of not just content, but other search engines.
Does the new look of Microsoft's Bing travel search tool veer too close to that of search engine Kayak.com? Kayak thinks so.
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Kayak has a new application out for iPhone users that lets them search for flights and hotel reservations using the same database and prediction tools found on the normal site.