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Beijing-based Ninebot, also a maker of self-balancing personal transportation devices, was previously sued by Segway for patent infringement
The DOJ imposed conditions on Google after it acquired airfare software maker ITA Software, but that agreement expires next year.
In the future, you may soon be able to watch Netflix in your room at Marriott hotels.
In-flight Internet provider Gogo replaces the HTTPS certificates on sites like YouTube with self-signed ones.
No more paying back later or picking up the next one: Users can now choose up to five contacts to divvy up the cost of a ride.
Using signals from passengers' devices, the system collects data that can help travelers plan ahead
Passengers probably still can't play Words with Friends during taxi or takeoff, though. Dommage.
The underlying technology is scheduled to be launched in the middle of next year.
These travel apps help you plan routes, book flights, and even remember your socks.
All signs point to the U.S. Department of Transportation putting the kibosh on allowing you to make calls during flights. That's bad news for hard-charging road warriors, but great news for anyone seated around them.
New services try to make it easier for companies to manage employees' bookings.
If you're looking for a place to stay this summer where you can hole up with Netflix in the evening, avoid some of the hotel industry's biggest names.