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Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 16, 2015

Business Travel | Gabe Zaldivar | November 16, 2015

Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 16, 2015

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Today you will discover what is the best selfie ever created.

Now that isn’t just a bout of hyperbole to catch your attention, because we like to think you will agree with enthusiasm once you see it.

Aside from that, we have a few articles that will prove useful to you business travelers with an affection for all things technology.

Putting The Class in Economy:

You might be stuck traveling in economy, but that doesn’t mean you have to suffer with perfectly reparable issues.

Pore over the following article and find out how you can glean a bit more comfort from confined travels.

Read More: The Huffington Post

Quicker, More Efficient:

Huawei’s newest battery is set to make your power issues a thing of that past. Its newest lithium-ion source purportedly allows for dramatically quick charges without sacrificing the longevity of the battery’s life.

Read More: Engadget

Getting Smart About Luggage:

We are at the advent of smart luggage, baggage that allows us to be linked in to its location and status thanks to technology like Bluetooth.

However, there are issues that must be addressed before the smart luggage revolution.

Read More: The Guardian

San Francisco Rules:

According to a whimsical poll from Today, San Francisco ranked the highest as far as being the kindest.

As far as most aloof metropolitan area, that went to New York City. The words you are looking for are, perhaps, "No duh."

Read More: Today

Lag Tips:

At this point, we will take any and all advice on curing those jet lag blues. Of course, it makes sense to go to a source who knows about such things, such as a pilot who travels outrageous distances.

Read More: Fortune

Best Selfie Ever:

We don’t condone normal selfies. However, we wanted to highlight the best possible video of this kind, which is the unintentional selfie.

Consider those Monday blues washed away.

Ream More: The Huffington Post


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