What’s Your Favorite Gasoline?

What’s Your Favorite Gasoline?

Sep 17, 2013 | No Comments

Most consumers care about operating systems. Just like they care about what kind of gas is in their car.

Delta Airlines Gives Windows Phones to 19,000 Flight Attendants

Delta Airlines Gives Windows Phones to 19,000 Flight Attendants

Aug 22, 2013 | No Comments

Delta Airlines is giving Windows Phones to 19,000 of its flight attendants. Next, we expect it to turn its plane windows into Live Tiles.

Google and Waze Intermixing Maps

Google and Waze Intermixing Maps

Aug 20, 2013 | No Comments

Google and Waze have started to intermix their maps — getting their ducks on the same page, so to speak.

Hyperloop Hyperbole

Hyperloop Hyperbole

Aug 13, 2013 | No Comments

Elon Musk is proposing a Hyperloop for the future of transportation. What? Giving kids sugar and letting ‘em spin in circles?

How the iBOT Wheelchair Mobility Device Improves Lives

Jun 27, 2011 | No Comments

Recently, I had the opportunity to talk to Michael Kaplan, a fellow geek and owner of the iBOT by Independence Technology (a division of Johnson & Johnson). The iBOT is an extremely versatile and stable wheelchair that can actually stand on two wheels. In 2006, the iBOT retailed for $26,100 with a required prescription. New […]

Do You Need a Laptop With You While on Vacation?

Jun 23, 2011 | No Comments

Weinstein888, a member of the LockerGnome community, asked, “How do I convince my parents to let me take my laptop to Europe?” This is a good question, and one that begs an even larger discussion of whether or not you really need a laptop with you while on vacation. First, I would have to side […]

Five Tips for Stress-Free Travel

Jun 2, 2011 | 2 Comments

Whether you’re a frequent flyer or a relatively stationary person on an infrequent vacation, traveling can be a stressful experience. Your luggage, boarding, schedule, and transportation are all important parts of the journey that need to be absolutely right or the entire trip can go from being a pleasant experience to a nightmare. Here are […]

Tom Bihn Carry-On Luggage for Travel

Mar 8, 2011 | No Comments

Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS Feed Traveling is fun – and also a pain in the ass. You know I’m right. Packing is the worst. If you only want to take a carry-on bag (to save on those baggage fees!), you’re stuck figuring out how to possibly […]

Top Ten Free Travel Apps for Smartphones

Dec 7, 2010 | No Comments

This is a guest post written by Christian Arno. Whether you have a smartphone or not, the chances are you’ve at least heard of them. With Web connectivity and a myriad of software created especially, smartphones are the perfect portable PC for business people across the world. And their built-in support for a multitude of […]

Google Chrome Brings You Free Gogo Wi-Fi During Holiday Flights

Nov 8, 2010 | No Comments

Happy holidays from Google Chrome! The team behind the browser says that they love “innovations that make our lives on the web and in the browser better” so much that they are going to give all of us free Internet access at 30,000 feet this holiday season! These people truly feel that the innovations they […]

How to Pay Less for Travel With Yapta

Nov 2, 2010 | 2 Comments

This is a guest post written by Matt Gamboa. It always happens… you wait for the best price on a plane ticket to maximize your savings, only to find that a few days later, the price drops even more. What can you do? Don’t most tickets say “non-refundable” when you’re reading the terms of sale […]

Your MacBook Air Can Stay in the Bag in Airport Security Lines

Oct 29, 2010 | No Comments

Reports earlier today claimed that the TSA was making a big exception for the new 11″ MacBook Air machines. The rumor was that the devices did not need to be removed from their bags when going through security checkpoints in airports. Several people were angry over this news, wondering why their machine of choice wasn’t […]

Prepare Your Eyedrops for a Travel Bidding War

Oct 28, 2010 | No Comments

This is a guest post written by Matt Gamboa. A Seattle Startup located in historic Pioneer Square is looking to change the way you compete for the best price in vacationing. Off & Away is a hotel auctioning site that puts a little twist on things and truly promotes staring at the screen and watching […]

Zagat Puts Reviews in Your Hands

Oct 25, 2010 | No Comments

At first glance, Nina Zagat looks like any other woman you might happen to meet in New York City. She is pleasant and personable, with a huge smile that lights up her entire face. Spend even just two minutes speaking to her, though, and you’ll understand why she and her husband Tim have made Zagat […]

Would You Let Google Drive You?

Oct 12, 2010 | 5 Comments

Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS Feed Google is currently testing cars that drive themselves in California. These cars are serious about safety and could actually speed up your commute.However, would you trust Google to get you and your family to your destination safely? Lamarr said that even […]

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