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April Fools 2013 Roundup: YouTube closes, Twttr eliminates vowels, and more
It's April Fool's day, and that means every company and service on the Web wants to make you laugh. This year, Google closes YouTube, Kayak starts a dating site, Toshiba launches the ShibaSphere game console, The Rural Juror hits Hulu…
Oru, the foldable kayak, lets you bring a boat on a plane
The foldable Oru Kayak will allow you to bring it on a plane as carry on baggage. Now that's some seriously clever design.
I can see clearly now: Invisible Canoe/Kayak pictures
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Ready for takeoff: Google Flights vs. Kayak vs. Bing Travel
How does Google Flights stack up against its established airfare search competitors? We break it down for you by pitting Google Flights vs. Kayak vs. Bing Travel.
Google Hotel Finder vs. Kayak vs. Bing Travel
Which hotel search should you use the next time you get out of town? We pit Google's new Hotel Finder vs. the old standbys: Kayak and Bing Travel.
Anti-trust: Google blames Microsoft for turning Washington DC against it
Google says Microsoft is the mastermind behind an "anti-Google industrial complex" in Washington D.C. that seeks to give Google a taste of the anti-trust medicine.
Google could face legal action for ITA Software acquisition
Insiders say Google may need to prepare for a court case over its travel software deal.
Travel companies create FairSearch, lobby against Google’s travel plans
Popular online travel websites have formed the FairSearch coalition in an attempt to block Google's acquisition of ITA, claiming its bad for business, the market, and consumers.
Bing Travel and Kayak, Separated At Birth?
Online travel service Kayak has complained that Bing Travel has a look so similar it could confuse customers.
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