Every once in a while some company will cook up a gadget that makes even the most hardcore power user step back and say “wow.” RAVPower took a stab at that with their FileHub, a portable Swiss army knife for your smartphone. It’s a portable battery that also doubles as a travel router that […]
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Airbnb might not be content with hoping that you'll book a stay on your next vacation — it may want to make that vacation more appealing in the first place. Reuters sources say Airbnb hopes to create original shows that would encourage would-be cus…
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Microsoft Garage is one of the tech giant’s skunkworks pockets within the company dedicated to producing new apps that may not exactly fit with the larger corporate product map. The latest release from Microsoft Garage is an app targeted at travelers or those who dream of traveling. Outings is designed to help you discover places […]
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The travel ban put in place by President Trump is already impacting internet nonprofit ICANN, as two prominent representatives of the organization are being prevented from attending upcoming events.
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The bag you use to tote your stuff can affect the experience of any trip. Suitcases are wising up, and there are options for smart luggage with scales, tracking, and more.
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You can finally watch sports in VR (but you might feel like a peeper), Blue Origin plans to start sending people into space as soon as 2017, and DARPA wants to make cyborgs a reality.
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Seattle-based Poros offers hand luggage featuring internal chargers for your mobile phones or tablets. They are approved for air travel and can hold laptops, books, clothing and more. Three distinct designs are available, including duffel and briefcase styles.