Even in these days of unified communications, travel is still a vital part of business. We delve into the technology that mobile professionals can't live without.
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Expedia has begun a $700 million takeover bid for Wotif.com, with both Wotif founders and the chairman backing the move.
Airservices has introduced SmartPath technology at Sydney Airport to allow for accurate aircraft landing during poor weather conditions.
As someone who prefers to travel as light as possible, here are some tried-and-true tips on how to make the most out of toting the fewest gadgets and entanglements possible.
The Victorian Auditor-General's Office has released an audit report suggesting that IT needs to be leveraged to improve and manage traffic flow on Victoria's main roads and freeways.
The sharing of biometrics data between neighbouring countries will ensure stronger borders for Australia, according to Immigration Minister Scott Morrison
With more middle-class Indians looking for exciting, new travel options, weekend activities and getaways, the niche travel site comes into its own in India. There is, of course, the small matter of a viable business model
On a recent business trip I decided to pay for the privilege of boarding the United flight early. Boy was I surprised to see 'TSA Precheck' appear on my boarding pass.
Telstra says test flights between Sydney and Melbourne have shown an average throughput of 10 Mbps over LTE.
Transport for NSW will invest more than AU$3 million in new technology in an aim to reduce truck driver fatalities.
Country Victorian rail commuters will soon join the information super-railway, as the state government rolls out wireless internet on regional trains.
Travel gadgets from CES 2014 are starting to hit the shelves. We take a look at two very useful pieces of kit for the mobile professional.
Telstra has pointed to the price drops in roaming, and the availability of Wi-Fi as reasons why the Australian government should back away from plans to regulate mobile roaming charges.
Starting with Tesla's Model S, Foxconn's subsidiary screen maker plans to expand to the U.S. to gain a foothold for in-car displays.
Unlike its typical model where individual drivers register as Uber drivers, it will work with Chenghuan car rental company, which will provide drivers to Uber.
The platform will actually tap into another well-established professional social network: LinkedIn.