While we all wait for when we can travel freely again, PHeymont shares some tips on how to keep the freely light.
New updates to Google Flights allow it to suggest alternate cities and dates, as well as to search by alliance.
LAX is testing a new system that will let you know if the stall is available without having to rattle the door or look under it.
Seasoned traveler Marilyn Jones has been shopping for new and useful travel accessories.
When you just don't want to take it all with you, there are more and more solutions for your luggage.
The lithium batteries in many electronically-enhanced suitcases may pose a fire hazard in cargo. Several airlines have already banned them.
Royal Caribbean getting set to offer cruisers cabins with virtual environments and virtual shore excursions.
An annual survey of travelers comes up with some ideas about what we really think is important and what we'd like to see.
Delta's smartphone app will now check you in automatically and walk you through the airport.
Carnival is trying out a wearable device that will serve as a virtual concierge for shipboard services and scheduling.
Google is marrying new earbuds with its translation and personal assistant software to produce an instant in-your-ear translator
Delta's next tech innovation is a test of a new video chat system for customer service, being tried out at Washington's Reagan National.
No need for an app or download (and no cost) for Houston's nifty new guide to its airports.
Road Warrior Marilyn Jones gives us her insights into what accessories work for her, and how to choose them.
Hotels are getting the word: We need more outlets and ports, and we need them where we don't have to crawl to find them!