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Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 17, 2015

Business Travel | Gabe Zaldivar | November 17, 2015

Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 17, 2015

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Hail a scooter-riding 'Vallie' to park your car in London
In a very specific part of London, you can now hail a valet to saunter over and park your car. Now you can get to that big-shot meeting of yours, Mr. or Mrs Big Shot.
Source: Engadget

Waze, WhatsApp & Fantastical 2 join iPhone apps updated with 3D Touch
Varied travel apps just got touch sesitivity functionatlity with the iPhone 6s. Now you get more immersive engagement with apps like Waze and, soon, GasBuddy.
Source: Apple Insider

San Francisco’s new transit app will let you pay your fare with PayPal
San Francisco’s Municipal Transportation Agency just dropped MuniMobile on us, which is about as great as Blue Steel. Now you can buy Muni tickets via PayPal.
Source: VentureBeat

United Airlines trading free club passes for holiday toy donations
You might still have issues getting into that swanky new club, but your awesome donation to Toys for Tots will get you a United Club pass, which is a wonderful holiday hat tip from the airline.
Source: USA Today

Uber unveiled a new tool for its San Francisco drivers, which allows said drivers to twice a day input their destination and see which passengers are headed in the same direction... Read more from Mashable.

It seems Wi-Fi supplier Gogo is moving to a satellite infrastructure that will speed your Internet access onboard various flights... Read more from NBC News or check out the video below.


Virgin America Googled itself. Well, to be a bit more precise, it took similar tech used for Google Street View and used it to show off its interior... Read more from Fast Company.

The video below shows why Elizabeth Banks should have just taken a Lyft... Read more from USA Today.

Lastly, we leave you with the video below, which is a treat for anyone who is in the market for a sweet pair of headphones.

The good people over at Tested walk us through the particulars of what makes great sound quality and what you should hear for when searching for high-end audio.


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