Plan your next trip with the new flight schedule feature

As summer approaches, you may be considering taking a vacation. One of the first things you can do is go online and start looking for flights. In fact, the flight search is one of the most popular online activities, so to make it a little easier to find the search results related to travel, you can now see a quick summary of information law flight results page.

Check flight schedules on a route
If you have a particular destination in mind, you can now quickly find the airlines that serve the specific route they fly. For example, if you search for [flight from San Francisco to Minneapolis], you can find a selection of non-stop flights and companies that offer them. For a complete schedule, click on "List of non-stop flights."

Explore all destinations from an airport
You can also see all the destinations with nonstop flights from an airport. If you are in Buffalo, New York and need ideas for a weekend getaway, search for [cheap buffalo] to see the popular travel destinations in Buffalo. Clicking on "Show all non-stop routes, can get the complete list of destinations and from there you can click for more details of your flight.

This is currently available in 10 languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Dutch, Brazilian Portuguese, Polish, Russian, Turkish and Catalan.

With the closing of the acquisition ITA last month, we are eager to begin developing new flight search tools to make it easier for you to plan a trip. While this test flight times do not currently use ATI technology of search, this is just a small step towards richer information making travel easier to find, and we hope to help you search for flights online feel so easy, you feel like ... well, a vacation!

Google, Facebook loses patent ruling social network

Google and Facebook Inc. failed to win dismissal of a lawsuit filed by a company in New York in conjunction with software designed to enable people to participate in social networks through their mobile phones.

Wireless Ink Corp., which runs the Winksite service, you can make demands and mobile Buzz Facebook Google infringed its patents October 2009, USA District Judge Kevin Castel in Manhattan wrote in a statement issued on Friday.

The patent relates to a method to help new mobile phone users to create mobile web sites that other users can view records. Wireless Ink is seeking a halt to the alleged infringement, and compensatory damages and triple.

Jeremy Pitcock, a lawyer for Wireless Ink, did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Facebook and Google did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

According to an amended complaint filed in December, the ink application wireless calls '983 patent was issued in January 2004.

He said it was three years before Facebook, the Web world's most popular social networks, launched its mobile website first, and six years before Google launched Buzz to compete with Facebook.

"If two of the richest in natural resources, smart companies patent and technologically advanced leader in Internet are not aware of the '983 patent, despite its potential ramifications on a significant segment of the business of the defendants," wrote Wireless Ink, this was solely due to deliberate indifference by defendants. "

Wireless Ink Winksite said there were over 75. 000 registered users, while Facebook Mobile has tens of millions of users, Google said that tens of millions of people have "checked Buzz" in the first two-day service.

In his ruling, said Castillo wireless ink "does not allege facts that are inconsistent with the existence of a viable claim." He also dismissed counterclaims seeking to invalidate the patent wireless printers.

Facebook is headquartered in Palo Alto, California, and Google in Mountain View, California.

Already, analysts generally consider a failure Buzz Google. Google raises privacy issues if initially e-mail lists used in the accounts of Gmail users to create social networking Buzz. He later changed the settings so that the Gmail contacts are kept private by default.

Google launches its platform portfolio for NFC payments Jumpstart

Google launched its long spoken push into mobile payments with the introduction of a new payment platform called Google portfolio based on near field communication (NFC). The company said it will take-and-go payments via mobile phones equipped with NFC and payments will be partnering with Google offers to help retailers and traders to strengthen its ties with consumers.

Google said it has partnered with Citibank, MasterCard, Sprint and First Data for the digital wallet, which comes into immediate tests in San Francisco and New York, followed by a wider geographical spread of this summer. The executives stressed that the book is a first step in helping to boost the NFC technology and helping create an ecosystem that can build off of this platform.

The effort is limited at first because there is only one NFC Android phone model, the S Nexus, available today. And the only credit card that works is Citibank Mastercard, although Google is allowing PayPal and Google your own prepaid card that can store the payment of other accounts in the portfolio. And still have the cooperation of traders who need to buy POS hardware that can handle the MasterCard PayPass technology. Currently there are 120 thousand commercial establishments in the U.S. and 300,000 worldwide are currently able to handle the NFC Mastercard payments.

However, the move should give a strong impetus for NFC technology, which is turning a corner and as more manufacturers, operators, and other financial companies are increasing their efforts to harness technology for payments and offers. With Google now firmly supported by the technology, which can serve as an additional driver to catalyze the market.