New technology that looks like traditional mirrors is bringing the next level of Internet of Things into hotel guestrooms.
Know it or not, your digital footprint is wide and far, and companies are taking advantage of that data to predict your next move.
Michael Blake, CEO of Hospitality Technology Next Generation, shares what 2017 technology trends are still in the mix and what will dominate in 2018.
There are a number of the guestroom TV viewing options available nowadays, but which are guests most interested in? The answer: All of them.
The FCC voted 3-2 to reclassify broadband internet as an information service and not an aspect of telecommunications. Here's how the change affects hotels.
Half of American consumers prefer to receive information over the phone rather than online, so now isn't the time to neglect phone operations.
Hotel fees and surcharges alone are predicted to rake in a record $2.7 billion in 2017.
Seven technology professionals dug into the technology of today while gazing at what’s on the horizon.
QHotels has teamed up with events production company Universal Live and Universal AV to equip its conference rooms with the very latest audiovisual offerings.
In addition to voice calls and unlimited data, the phones offer hotel information, destination-specific content and a hotel speed-dial feature.