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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It may only have access to 5% of the information it needs, but Australia’s largest and busiest airport has already seen early successes using big-data analytics to better model passenger flow and plan new services.
Passengers on Virgin Australia flights have experienced delays after the Sabre check-in system crashed, affecting airlines around the world.
The education software provider's CEO is still waiting for a device that can help him write a business plan on the go.
A problem with the airline's network affected its check-in system and resulted in flight cancellations and traveller confusion.
Ubiquitous high-speed internet is what Alcatel-Lucent's Maud Holvast misses most from her home country, the Netherlands.
The Chinese airline rolls out free in-flight Wi-Fi for passengers, but smartphones are not allowed to access the service to prevent signal interference.
India’s leading telecom provider Bharti Airtel is offering its second free mobile Internet scheme in as many months, this time partnering Huawei for EasyCab customers in New Delhi/NCR for a promotional period.
In answer to the GPS, India will launch on Monday the first of seven satellites that will form a US$239 million navigation system dedicated to coverage of the country and nearby areas.
Thunderhead.com's head of Asia-Pacific shares a few of his travel tips and stories.
Apparently, there's a machine in Narita Airport, Japan, that pours the perfect glass of beer.
You wouldn't want to weigh his travel backpack.
To remain competitive and drive productivity, hotels in Asia have been building their own apps and turning to various technologies like second-screen functions and telepresence to offer a more intuitive guest experience.
Mobile carriers will ease the strain on their overstretched networks by offloading an increasing amount of data traffic onto Wi-Fi and small cell networks, reaching about 60 percent in 2017.
Free Internet access will be provided at over 4,400 "iTaiwan" hotspots across the island to foreign tourists, who will also be able to go on four other hotspot services under a roaming agreement.
Online ticket sales company CEO Kevin Hartz shares his thoughts on the best tech to bring while travelling.