With no cruises sailing, the industry wants to keep the future alive by promoting wanderlust
A mobile outdoor movie theatre could be coming to your town, allowing you to watch movies with your neighbors—and keep your (social) distance.
A new device is intended to keep cyclists from being hit by vehicles in their blind spots.
An Amazon technology that bypasses the cash register is about to get its first airport application.
Sea trials are underway for a new Mayflower, this one with Artificial Intelligence substituting for the captain.
A possible tool against virus outbreaks: a spray-on coating that is said to decompose virus and bacteria particles, protecting passengers.
Las Vegas is closer to opening of a 155-mph people-mover within its convention center.
Airbus reveals it's testing a model for a plane with a radical design that might be the most efficient shape ever for an airliner.
Ten years after a call for a voluntary standard, the EU may legislate a common charger for tablets and mobile phones.
Atlanta's airport and a major plumbing supplier are connecting airport restrooms to the internet.
A small Vancouver airline takes a big step into the electric age of aviation.
PHeymont visits a famous land of windmills site and learns about the history of the technology that keeps the Netherlands from becoming Submarinelands.
UK's Transport Secretary says all major airports will have CT scanners within 3 years.
Darren offers insights and information to help you choose the right hiking watch.
Skipping airplane mode isn't going to bring down an airplane, but it can seriously push your phone bill sky-high