JetBlue’s test of facial recognition on passengers who board one of its international flights might represent the launch of the airline industry’s adoption of the technology.
We’ve been forced to accept tighter confines on airplanes.
Workout enthusiasts and athletes might wear a fitness tracker to help them to keep on course with their healthful lifestyle.
Korean Air’s Skypets loyalty program for pet passengers has made some aviation experts wonder whether U.S. airlines will provide such a program of their own.
During the past 8 months, e-bike manufacturers sought to improve the reliability of their products.
Toyota’s pseudo-concep-tual Ponam-28V cruiser boat’s hybrid propulsion system combines a 256-hp engine with a 36-kilowatt (kW) electric motor and an 11-kW lithium-ion battery pack, reports say.
In our March/April 2016 report, “Recreational Drones: Out of Control,” we told you that 1.6 million of the remote-controlled flying machines were sold in the United States in 2015.
In June 2016, American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) reported that 22 percent of consumers booked a trip through a travel agent between May 2015 and April 2016—the highest level in 3 years.
From rides to bicycles to homes, the sharing economy has burst onto the scene as a way for people to make money via the so-called side hustle.
In 2007, NASCAR driver Martin Truex Jr. and his girlfriend, Sherry Pollex, started the Martin Truex Jr. Foundation to support childhood-cancers initiatives.
Motorcycle manufacturers are exploring ways to employ technology that smacks of that which automakers use to develop automated safety systems.
A new player in transatlantic flights has the potential to affect other carriers’ prices. However, the scope of that effect likely will be felt more by midtier carriers than by major ones, and it might not last for long based on the rates that Norwegian Air Shuttle plans to offer, three sources say.
An increasingly large number of entrepreneurs in Colorado and Washington offer vacation packages that include tours that are related to those states’ legalization of recreational marijuana use.
Two national homeowners associations want to keep home-sharing company Airbnb out of suburban neighborhoods. If they succeed in that effort, you might see fewer Airbnb home-rental listings.
In May 2015, the federal National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) proposed updated rules for motorcycle helmets.
Craft beers took the brew market by storm. The trend reached upscale pubs and local bars. Now, craft-soda-makers want to grab some of that mojo.
A December 2016 labor deal between United Continental and its 9,000 union mechanics will increase their wages by 36.5 percent over the life of the 6-year contract.
If you plan to take a road trip for spring break or summer vacation in 2017, you should know that the roads will be more crowded compared with 2016.
The EcoHelmet, which is a disposable paper helmet that folds flat, is creating buzz in the cycling world.
Many Americans wake up a little green around the gills after a night of drinking and reach for the latest bottle of pills that are marketed to consumers to cure post-indulgence misery.