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
It's a dream—or a nightmare—come true as London begins to turn on full wireless and mobile calling in its subways.
Delta is beta-testing the free WiFi for all that its CEO promised in a speech last year.
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No, not on a scale like these, but on pressure pads that could help reduce excess fuel costs and CO2 emissions.
Intrepid cyclists with techno aids are drawing pictures across the map with their routes.
With a huge wingspan and six 747 engines, Stratolaunch is designed to launch satellites.
Otto, the first robotic runway snowplow, is ready for work at Winnipeg's Richardson International
Believers persist in trying to develop a follow-up to the long-gone Concorde, but many believe the future of supersonic is only in corporate jets.