Category: Travel

A Must Have Gadget For the Traveler

Biocase Fingerprint Lock Will Be Well Intentioned Failure

Some uses of technology are well intentioned but destined to fail. Windows Vista, Circuit City, and musical greeting cards are great examples. The Biocase Fingerprint Luggage lock is another well-inte…

Best Buy Vending Machines Join Cinnabon at the Airport

Here's a joke for you… what is the difference between a Best Buy Blue Shirt and a vending machine? Not much, or at least that is the message Best Buy Corporate Headquarters is "vending&quo…

Delta Brings the Wi-Fi Love by 2009

Delta Airlines announced today that they are going to be the first and only US airline to roll out in-flight Wi-Fi service on all of their domestic flights. They are set to go on this by 2009. This w…

Alaska AIrlines Switching Ticket Counters To Touch Screens

Chances are, if you've been to an airport in the past 5 years or so, you've seen one of these little touch-screen devices that you can use to check in for a flight. You feed it the appropriate…

New Rules For Batteries in Luggage In 2008

If you're traveling in or from the U.S., you might want to take note of these new rules from the U.S. Department of Transportation about laptop batteries. Hey, it's not the TSA changing the ru…

Foldable Oven Lets You Cook Up A Storm On The Go

So let's say you are out camping, in the military or just the wandering hobo type and you feel the need to roast a chicken, bake some cookies or make yourself a nice soufflĂ©. Usually speaking you&…

The Ultimate Overnight Toothbrush

For those travelers trying to squeeze every last ounce of unnecessary gear out of their bags, the OSHO is something you should look at.

Not only does it store your Toothbrush in a container that won&…