Travel 2012 Articles

Popular Travel Articles for 2012

Cars as Mobile Hotspots: How Exactly Do Cars Use Wi-Fi?

The world is getting more connected with each passing day. From smartphones to laptops to tablets to everything in between, the ability for users to get onto the Internet has[...]

Ford Focuses on App Integration for 2013

2013 brings major enhancements to Ford\’s SYNC in-car telematics product offered in the all-new 2013 Ford Focus. The all new Focus is intended to be a technological tour-de-force, offering capabilities[...]

The Best Car Tech Trends Today

Cars are more than just four wheels. The 2013 models have more high-tech features than any other product on the market, including connectivity, telematics, and navigation.

TechnologyGuide Holiday Buyer\’s Guide

The holidays are around the corner; Halloween ushers in a whirlwind holiday season, and shopping quickly takes precedence after Thanksgiving Day football games. Starting on Black Friday, many are up[...]

Making Car Crashes Obsolete: National Highway Traffic Safety Admin Testing Car Communication Collision Avoidance Systems

Since August, 2012, the US Department of Transportation\’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has launched a road test of connected vehicle technology, which allows cars to actually communicate with each[...]

App Integration Standard on Many New 2013 Cars

Auto makers are utilizing the smartphone app industry more and more, as 2013 models will show vast systems designed to work with mobile device apps. Local searches, web content, and[...]

Keep it Powered On for Takeoff: Airlines Reconsidering Gadget Policy

Consumers increasingly want access to their digital devices at all times—even when transitioning from the ground to the air and back again. The Federal Aviation Administration may finally be catching[...]

Holiday Travel: TSA Friendly Tech Gear to Fly Through Security

It\’s an all-too-familiar story these days; an eager traveler, ready to take flight, gets bogged down in the morass of fellow passengers undergoing security checks. After much waiting, our flying[...]

The Merry Tablet: A Holiday Traveler\’s Dream Gadget

Holiday travel usually means long lines, car rides, crowds, flights, delays, and a lot of waiting around. The good news is that we live in a day and age where[...]

Spread Holiday Cheer With The 12 Tech Days of Christmas

Christmas is upon us and at TechnologyGuide, we have wrapped up the 12 Tech Days of Christmas with care, and placed them under the tree. Since we thought it would[...]

Google Maps Returns to iOS

After a three month absence, Google Maps has returned to iOS devices as a standalone app. As described in a blog post by Google Maps for Mobile director Daniel Graf,[...]

Boeing Makes Wi-Fi Breakthrough Using Potatoes

Aerospace corporation Boeing says that it has developed a new way to test wireless signals in airplanes, which could result in improved Wi-Fi connectivity for passengers while flying. The company[...]

LG Expands Google TV Lineup for CES 2013

LG has shown support for Google TV in the past, but now it appears that the South Korean company is ready to go all in with Google\’s smart TV platform,[...]

Volvo and Ericsson Team Up For Future Telematics

Technologically advanced connected cars are quickly becoming the norm these days, and now Volvo is looking to get into the telematics scene as well. Today, the Swedish manufacturer announced a[...]

Microsoft Working to Create Universal Translator

Some say language barriers were put upon human beings as punishment for building the Tower of Babel, or something like that. Fortunately, since that point in time a lot of[...]

NORAD Tracks Santa with Bing This Year, Not Google Maps

Since 1955, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (or NORAD for short) has been tracking Santa Claus as he makes his way from the North Pole and drops packages off[...]