It's just over 20 years since it first became possible to buy tickets on the internet...and now it's hard to buy them any other way!
As Britain's phone operator continues to shut down public payphones, a Scottish ski resort wins a fight to keep the highest phonebox in Britain active.
On a visit to Chicago, the Museum of Science and Industry wasn't at the top of Samantha's list...but now it might be. Here's her report!
A Danish tech company with a Dubai partner believes it has the ultimate solution to ending long screening lines.
Google's Street View technology makes it possible to visit important sites and attractions with the trip.
New technology uses iPad and custom app to allow guests to control lighting, ventilation and more by voice commands.
The Swiss postal service is trying out rolling robots that can deliver parcels within about a 5km radius of home.
With more and more travelers demanding good service, Red Roof is working on upgrades to be able to guarantee "fast and free"
As Delta struggles to return to normal, everyone's question is "How do these system-wide crashes even happen?"
Massive delays continue on Delta worldwide after a computer crash.
A Japanese company's come up with a way to let you add and remove items from the locker you've stored your luggage in.
Political squabbling is nothing new, but up-to-now it hasn't included disputes over the safety of Wi-Fi.
Denver has added nearly 10,000 charging points in its terminals, and has upgraded its Wi-Fi as well.
Not a joke, but maybe an impossible dream: Ride-on luggage to get you to your gate.
A system crash on Wednesday forced Southwest Airlines to cancel about hundreds of flights, but the news isn't all bad: The airline has extended its fare sale by a week.