What we’re reading: Orlando to offer first automated passport control, Aussie slang 101, improved cellphone service at Disney

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Orlando Airport first to offer APC kiosk access to foreign travelers

Orlando International airport will be the first to allow foreign visitors to spend less time at passport control thanks to a new program.

Using the self-process kiosks, eligible passengers will be able to enter the U.S. faster than has previously been the case. The pre-processing kiosks allow foreign passengers to fill out a declaration form on a touch-screen, scan their passports and fingerprints, and be photographed in advance of their interview with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer.

Aussie slang 101: The 21 words to know for a trip down under

If you’ll be heading to Australia any time soon, check out this guide for words that you need to know.

– afternoon (Use: “See you this arvo for lunch!”)

– bottle shop, liquor store

– breakfast

Your phone will work much better at Disney Parks in 2014

If you’ll be heading to Disney World or Disneyland this year, your mobile phone service will work much better there.

That’s where the technology at the theme parks comes in, as AT&T is working behind the scenes to improve the network necessities. We’re not familiar with all the ins and outs of some of these electronics, but we do know that the connectivity company has introduced a whole bunch of small cells to boost signal, reception, and the can-you-hear-me-now factor in and around the parks.