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Wired hotels

For savvy travelers, many hotels now offer a new amenity: technology. Check out the latest bells and whistles, with touch-screen kiosks, a robotic luggage handler, and smart TVs.

By Sep. 30, 2013


Hipmunk for Android

With its unique features for both hotel and flight search, Hipmunk is unquestionably one of the best travel apps on the market.

By Aug. 5, 2013

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Behold Samsung's empire -- from suits to boats to hotels

CNET's Shara Tibken travels to Korea and finds some far-ranging element of the big Samsung Group just about everywhere she turns.

By Dec. 9, 2013


San Francisco hotels pricey? Van on Airbnb is only $92 a night

A Chevy van in San Francisco renting for less than a hundred bucks a night might be the best deal in town.

By May. 8, 2013


FTC sues Wyndham hotels over data breaches

Hackers stole information from hundreds of thousands of payment cards, resulting, the trade commission says, in millions of dollars in fraud loss.

By Jun. 26, 2012


How Apple is present at the finest Vegas hotels

As CES begins, everyone talks about Apple's absence. But look inside the best Vegas hotels and you'll see many of Apple's principles in action.

By Jan. 5, 2011


Buying and selling hotels is great fun! Seriously!

The other day, I took a chance on an iPad game that didn't seem like my cup of tea, but the user opinions were through the roof. Don't let your initial reaction deter you from getting this game. Now!

By Jun. 2, 2010


E-book readers check in to hotels

Hotels in New York, Miami, and Turks & Caicos are now offering guests Sony Readers for loan. New York's storied Algonquin Hotel, meanwhile, already offers Amazon's Kindle.

By Jul. 7, 2009


For travelers, Microsoft 'Surfaces' in Sheraton hotels

Five Sheraton hotels, including locations in New York, Boston, and Seattle, have started testing out Microsoft's Surface interactive table on guests.

By Aug. 13, 2008


Boston hotels wary of Craigslist-lurking killer

Boston police suspect that the murder of a masseuse in a hotel is linked to two attempted robberies of woman Craigslist posters in other Boston hotels.

By Apr. 17, 2009