Before you book your next vacation, be sure to watch this travel episode of The Fix.
If you are not a fan of long distance fees, several apps now allow you to text and chat with friends and family. It's easy, convenient, and free.
In this episode of The Fix, we maximize the benefits of traveling with a smartphone. Imagine going to a restaurant overseas not knowing the language but being able to read anything on the menu with your smartphone. Or being able to chat and text with your friends and family for free. Plus, we have a do-it-yourself project that'll keep all your tech accessories in one place.
The Mars One project plans to send a crew of colonists to the Red Planet in about 10 years, but Muslims may have to defy a religious edict to make the trip.
If you like your slow cooking on the go, this Crock-Pot is worth its weight in features gold.
Let the sun shine in. Two Norwegian artists create a giant glowing LED orb that travels by land and sea to some of the country's darkest spots, bringing light during winter.
Two Norwegian artists create a giant glowing light sculpture and take it on a road trip through regions that get little or no sun in winter.
With 95 million blogs fighting for attention, Tumblr hires "travel and tourism evangelist" Jeremy Kressmann to take members on safaris to hidden travel treasures.
From the flagship XJL to the red hot XFR-S, Jaguar invites the public to test its cars during one of its 18 driving experience events.
Just how far, and large, can 3D printing technology go?