Marriott announced they will no longer block guests' personal Web hotspots but a close look at their release reveals this reprieve may be a short-lived.
Most people who fly in the economy section of US airlines are uncomfortable, unhappy about extra fees, and/or feel hassled at the airport. Ned Levi discusses why northeastern US travelers often choose America's only high speed rail, Acela, over flying.
Hotel housekeeping myths have been built up by travelers over the years due to a variety of reasons. This week, Ned Levi confirms or dispels many of those myths.
When Marriott blocked guest MIFI units at one of their hotels to ostensively protect guests from hackers, guests complained. The FCC found indiscriminate illegal MIFI blocking by Marriott, and fined them. Now Marriott has petitioned the FCC to legally let them block guests' MIFI despite the law.
The implementation of automobile voice command systems has had an unintended consequence. Instead of reducing distracted driving, it's increased it. Engineers and safety experts need to take another look.
It's December, when we are thinking of gifts for friends and family. With the holidays coming up fast, it's time for my annual holiday gift roundup for travelers including some stocking stocking stuffers.
After testing thousands of travel apps over the last several years for iPhone, Android and Windows phones here are Ned Levi's ten favorite general travel apps for smartphones which he personally uses regularly.
Cruisers, when booking a cruise must make critical choices, not only of the cruise line, and cruise itinerary, but of the ship's size, specific ship, cabin or suite class, and their specific cabin/suite location, which can make or break their cruise.
A new study of pediatric medical emergencies of children flying has brought to light more dangers for infants flying in their parents' laps.
There are currently a number of mobile payment systems available for travelers which could diminish problems they might encounter due to stolen or compromised credit cards, but no top quality system works outside of their home country, but that looks like it will change in 2015.