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  • September 23, 2014
    Carry this perfect iron the next time you travel

    There are thousands of tips on how to pack for that wrinkle-free pants or shirts, but nothing really works and you will end up ironing your clothes. And however much you hate that chore, there may or may not be an iron available in your hotel. But this amazing travel iron will make it easier […]


  • November 13, 2013
    This bag will keep clean & used clothes separate while traveling

    Packing light is the way to go these days when you’re traveling. But many a times you face the challenge to stow your used clothes separate from the clean ones. Outliner introduces this fantastic Doublebag that really is two bags in one, with openings on both ends and one movable partition in the middle that […]


  • September 10, 2013
    Apple’s new iOS 7 will be great for travelers

    Apple announced the iOS 7 in June this year and new iPhone today. So how does this new operating system compel the travelers to buy this new gadget or even upgrade their existing ones (note: iOS 7 will be available to iPhone 5S, 5C, 5, 4S and 4 on September 18, while iOS 7 will […]


  • March 25, 2013
    Tips on longer battery life for your laptop while traveling

    Laptops these days are becoming more efficient in terms of longer battery life, better screens and increased memory size… and so are the applications. Whether you are playing games, watching movies, reading ebook or just working on that school-paper, saving that precious battery life, especially on a long-haul flight is very important. But battery drains […]


  • March 8, 2013
    Bluetooth Smart Trigger for iPhone does not work as you thought (updated)

    Recently, Satechi introduced the Bluetooth Smart Trigger device that you can place it over your DSLR camera and with its iOS free app, you can take pictures in three different modes giving photographers the freedom to capture photos while outdoors. The device is definitely a compact, lightweight wireless timer remote that works on Bluetooth 4.0, […]


  • February 27, 2013
    TrakDot locates your bags, or will it?

    Lost and delayed bags is a huge and stressful problem for every traveler. And given all the tracking technology that exists today, it’s surprising that there aren’t better ways of keeping tabs on checked bags. Delta Airlines’ app allows passengers to track their luggage, using the number on the bag tag or a scan of […]


  • February 18, 2013
    SIMPLcase stores international SIMs and has a slot for hands-free use

    Using your country’s SIM card for voice or data usage while traveling to a foreign country can be expensive and that’s why most travelers purchase a local SIM card to avoid the steep roaming charges. If you’re iPhone user and would like to use it for international SIM cards, then you know how difficult it […]


  • February 13, 2013
    Use money belts to stash the dough for safe travels

    Losing your wallet on a trip can be disastrous if you’re one of those who carry all the currencies in it. Additionally, if you lose your debit card in that wallet, then you’re stuck with no money on hand and to withdraw. Travelers worldwide have various tips from carrying less cash and credit cards to […]


  • February 8, 2013
    Unlocking your phone for international travel is illegal if you live in U.S.

    United States’ Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Section 1201 [PDF] expired on January 26th 2013, which simply means that if you bought a phone in US under contract with one of the carriers then you cannot unlock your phone, unless your contract expires, or if you have paid off your contract. What would unlocking do […]


  • February 8, 2013
    Take underwater pictures & videos with DandyCase

    Smartphones these days take some amazing pictures and a lot of travelers are ditching their SLRs and P&S cameras for the one device they have on them all the time – their smartphones. With all the apps out there, it’s easy to backup your pictures using a smartphone to one of the many websites offering […]


  • December 12, 2012
    Great gifts for the frequent traveler

    The holiday season is here and we are all set to travel. Here are some presents you can pack for your traveler friend or family member: EatSmart Digital Luggage Scale $20 on Amazon Your’e all packed and ready to go, but it’s always a good idea to make sure your bags are not over-weight before […]


  • November 28, 2012
    Latest 10 airlines compatible with iOS Passbook

    With Apple’s latest iOS 6, released in September this year, ‘Passbook’ has been the hype of every airline to add their virtual ticket stubs which before resided within their own individual apps. American Airlines, United and Lufthansa were the first airlines to support mobile boarding passes within Passbook. Now, after over two months of the […]


  • July 1, 2012
    Don’t forget that breathalyzer while driving in France

    To curb the number of road deaths due to drunk-driving, France has introduced a new law making it compulsory for drivers to carry a breathalyzer kit in their vehicles or risk an on-the-spot fine. Apart from the breathalyzer, all motorists must also have a high-visibility safety vest and a warning triangle with them. International drivers […]


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