• Travel tech: choosing external batteries for smartphones & tablets

    Frustrated by your iPhone, iPad, Android device or other electronic equipment's battery life? If you're looking to pick up an add-on battery, we've demystified the impenetrable gadget lingo to explain what you should look for, what to avoid, how much capacity you'll want and other factors t...

    POSTED 9 Oct, 2012 3 Comments

  • Qantas mulls Apple Passbook support for mobile boarding passes

    Qantas is looking to follow Virgin Australia in making its mobile boarding passes work with the new Passbook app in Apple's iOS 6 software and the iPhone 5. "Qantas is currently exploring the opportunity of mobile boarding passes supporting the Passbook application on the iPhone 5 and iOS softwa...

    POSTED 20 Sep, 2012 2 Comments

  • Virgin Australia debuts iPhone 5 Passbook mobile boarding pass

    Virgin Australia's mobile boarding passes will work with the iPhone 5's new Passbook app when Apple's next-gen smartphone goes on sale this Friday. Passbook – a 'digital wallet' capable of storing boarding passes, movie tickets and membership cards – will also be available to ea...

    POSTED 19 Sep, 2012 8 Comments

  • Apple iPhone 4S: what's new for business travellers?

    Apple's newest iPhone will touch down in Australia on October 14, but it's not the iPhone 5. The fifth-gen iPhone failed to materialise at Apple's overnight launch in Silicon Valley, with the company instead unveilling a pepped-up version of the iPhone 4 dubbed the iPhone 4S. And sure, the iPhon...

    POSTED 5 Oct, 2011 4 Comments

  • Photos: Star Alliance's slick new iPhone app

    Travellers with Star Alliance member airlines such as Air China, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, Thai and United have scored a dedicated iPhone app this morning. As you would expect, "Star Alliance Navigator" makes it easy to find flights for any route with a Star Alliance airline, but also...

    POSTED 29 Jul, 2011 1 Comment

  • Introducing the key-free hotel

    The Clarion Hotel in Stockholm, Sweden, is currently experimenting with keyless hotel entry. With guests able to download all the necessary information to their mobile phones, the days of needing to keep hotel keys with you may soon be over. The new technology uses near field communication (NFC)...

    POSTED 4 Nov, 2010 0 Comments

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