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Airplane Wi-Fi

Slow and Expensive, Here’s Why In-Flight Wi-Fi Sucks so Bad

July 6th, 2015

If one were to list out all of the things that make air travel so damn frustrating, it’d be hard to know where to even begin. From delayed flights and cramped seating to what is often an exceedingly long check-in process, air travel is rarely a seamless experience. All that aside, the notion of accessing the …

Free Wi-Fi

How to Get Free Wi-Fi on a Plane with Your iPhone, iPad, or Mac

July 6th, 2015

Though many airlines have recently taken steps to improve the overall flying experience, free Wi-Fi still remains elusive on most popular U.S.-based airliners. More often than not, Wi-Fi service is offered through a company called Gogo which provides Internet connectivity at varying rates depending on how long you want to use it. An all-day pass, for …

Best Places to Visit Without Tourists

4 Fantastic Vacation Spots in the U.S. that Tourists Don’t Know About

June 25th, 2015

When deciding where to travel on vacation this summer, the usual suspects are probably the first that come to mind: Disney World, the Grand Canyon, Niagara Falls… or probably just whichever beach is closest to your house. But, if you’re looking to get a little more adventurous, a recent Quora thread brought users together to answer one …

Air Travel Comfort

How Airlines Are Making Flying Coach A More Luxurious And Relaxing Experience

June 23rd, 2015

Unless you’re flying first class, air travel can often be exercise in frustration. From cramped seating to mediocre, if not questionable, food, travelling via coach often leaves passengers counting down the time until they land. Naturally, the frustration is compounded on longer flights where boredom and discomfort tend to join forces to create what often amounts …

Delta Internet Meme Video

Watch this immediately: The most amazing airplane safety video of all time

May 21st, 2015

With the advent of mobile devices, odds are pretty high that most people these days don’t pay attention to airline safety videos. Delta, however, is out to change that with a new Internet-meme themed video that splices together your standard flight safety instructions with an avalanche of Internet memes, both new and old. To top …

Smart Luggage

Samsung and Samsonite join forces to develop luggage of the future

May 5th, 2015

With the “Internet of Things” already ushering in a completely new world of device interaction, it’s no surprise that even mundane appliances like coffee makers are starting to come with built-in WiFi. Looking to take the “Internet of Things” to even stranger new places, Samsung and Samsonite are reportedly working together to bring you smart luggage. …

Megyar Entire Village for Rent in Hungary

Forget Airbnb, you can rent an entire village and this horse in Hungary

February 27th, 2015

Many people may have already tried Airbnb and similar services that offer great alternatives to hotels, but not many can say they were able to rent an entire village. That’s apparently one possibility available to tourists traveling through Hungary, as they’ll be able to rent an entire village, complete with the horse in the picture above, …

Do It for Denmark Sex Promotion

How one country has made having sex the ultimate badge of patriotism

January 16th, 2015

Dying for the country might not be the ultimate patriotism test anymore, but having more sex, particularly the kind that leads to having more children, could do it. At least that’s what the Danish government is asking its citizens. And that’s not only because Denmark has the lowest birthrate in Europe, but also because it’s …

Long Flight Tips

How to make long flights tolerable for just $60

July 23rd, 2014

Flying is amazing. You can start your day in Russia, and finish it in Reno. You can travel in relative comfort at over 500 miles per hour. Of course, the operative word here is relative. Few things are sweeter than figuring out a way to cruise in business class as you cross an ocean or …

Evacuated Tube Transport shows us the future of travel

June 18th, 2012

When traveling overseas or even across the country, we are forced to deal with long lines, disgruntled TSA agents, crying babies and hours of terrible movies. Airline travel has become such a hassle that this writer is more likely to embark on a multi-day road trip than hop on the next flight out of JFK. …