New phones from many companies, flight delay predictions, and all the ride-sharing news that is news.
Google Fi introduces an unlimited data plan with a difference, your next hotel porter could be a robot, know the speed of a Wi-fi network before you try to join it, and the future of video games may be good news for travelers.
Airlines don’t want your smart luggage, Google Maps gets more useful on public transport, UK mobile operator Three gets even better for travelers, and no more smashed phone screens?
OnePlus’s latest smartphone is its best yet, faster Wi-fi in the skies, Thailand’s ridiculous new laws for buying SIM cards, and a fold-up monitor.
Laptops with much better battery life, automatic check-in, real-time locations with WhatsApp, and a slimmed-down version of Facebook Messenger.
A new smart(ish) jacket from Levi’s, China’s blocking WhatsApp, Netflix is trying to improve in-flight Wi-fi, and a new translation gadget from Baidu.
Exciting new laptop and phone announcements, texting frustrations at your airline, and Google’s giving more options for flights and accommodation searches.
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Disappearing VPNs in China, more changes to electronics security for US fliers, and more.
Security on flights to the US takes another turn, speedy free Wi-fi in London, Google Photos makes sharing trip photos even easier, and new Airbnb features.
The world’s smallest travel adapter, your phone camera gets more useful, a slim new portable monitor, and awful Android phones are about to improve.
It’s that time again! This month, we’re talking about Greyhound’s terrible website security, how your next credit card could have a fingerprint scanner, why making calls on your cellphone (thankfully) isn’t coming to flights in the US anytime soon, and a couple of welcome updates to Google’s mapping products. Greyhound, Your Site’s Password Security Sucks Thinking about buying tickets through Greyhound’s …