An aircraft interior firm patents a solar charger that would be built into aircraft windows. Click for more...
Turns out that today's travelers want consistent, fast connections, and that more than half would pick that over inflight meals.
You may not even have noticed, but those long strings of gate and connection announcements just before landing have quietly ended.
Germany is about to let cafe owners off the hook for what customers do on WiFi; it's expected to make much more WiFi available.
Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean are both rolling out new high-speed WiFi services...but they come with a price.
As Europe's next round of reduced roaming charges kicks in, some questions remain for non-EU travelers.
Two small but fascinating museums in Schenectady, New York offer a day's worth of information and education. One's for science, the other for history.
While on tour in India, DrFumblefinger stopped to see how the ox-drawn waterwheel still has a role to play in Indian agriculture.
Long forgotten except in Schenectady's science museum, the little GE electric car that could, long before Prius and Tesla. Here's its story.
Lufthansa sponsors a new website that will quickly check you in to your flight, grab your good seats and send your boarding pass...automatically.
A pilot project in eastern France is turning wastes from cheese-making into marketable products, and into electric power.
We all know smartphones have 'changed everything,' and a Hong Kong professor is studying how they've changed how we travel.
Among a number of new laws, France is giving workers the right to turn off, tune out and disconnect from work e-mails, texts and phone calls.
NYC has turned on its first public WiFi hotspots, part of what will turn the city's under-used phonebooths into the world's largest free public network.
A French inventor believes his 'SeaBubble' can take traffic off the street and route it down the Seine to give Paris a new taxi alternative.