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Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 13, 2015

Business Travel | Gabe Zaldivar | November 13, 2015

Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 13, 2015

You made it to the end of the week. However, the fascinating travel news never stops.

Thankfully, we rounded up the most amusing and intriguing technology and business travel articles on the Internet at the moment.

No need to thanks us.

Gogo Airplanes:

Experiencing Internet 35,000 feet in the air is nothing new. However, according to one reporter, it is getting far faster.

Chris Welch recounts the moment the reporter was able to stream Netflix, YouTube and Spotify all at once using Gogo.

Read More: The Verge

YouTube Music:

YouTube is launching a revamp to YouTube Music, which is about to give you another avenue for entertainment on the go, especially for those who wish to plunk down money on YouTube Red.

Read More: The Verge

Fairly Disturbing:

File this one in the useful or creepy department. It seems there is a way to see where you have been traveling thanks to the iPhone’s data history.

Thankfully, you can turn the function off. Or use it to see where you have been for itinerary purposes, because you have nothing to hide.

Read More: Thrillist


The renowned service received an update of sorts, which include something for business-savvy hosts.

According to a report, the company launched its “Business Travel Ready” listings, which mandates these listing include such things as “Wi-Fi, an iron, a designated workspace and a 24-hour booking response frequency of 90 percent.”

Read More: The Next Web

Spotify Update:

Spotify’s most recent update will allow users to easily find concerts locally for bands they are already listening to. This should make finding something useful to do much easier, wherever you find yourself.

Read More: CNET

Fossil Wearables?

Fossil may be getting into the health monitoring game, which is something travelers have been buying up in droves.

It recently acquired Misfit, stating that “it plans to begin incorporating Misfit's technology into products resembling traditional watches as early as next year.”

Read More: The Verge

Case of the Mondays:

Apparently you should never fly on Mondays.

According to a recent report, that is when most delays and cancellations take place, so slide that meeting until later in the week.

Read More: MarketWatch


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