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Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 2, 2015

Business Travel | Gabe Zaldivar | November 02, 2015

Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 2, 2015

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Welcome back to the land of the living. We hope your Halloween was all that it could be. Now let’s get back into the swing of things with all your crucial news in digestible form.

It’s as if we took all the travel technology and Road Warrior news and packed it into one of those fun-size candy portions.

Uber Inconvenient:

Germany, as beautiful and resplendent as it is, isn’t exactly an Uber-welcome country. Those in Frankfurt, Hamburg and Düsseldorf will no longer be able to use the ride hailing service.

Travelers in Berlin and Munich, hail away and make sure to get in some great, awkward small talk to start the ride.

Read More: TechCrunch

Found In Translation:

Google is in the initial throes of correcting some of the errors found in translating apps by including a Language Quality Survey into development.

Hopefully, words that might mean myriad things in various languages get whittled down to the one you actually need.

Read More: Engadget

Car Sizzle:

Road Warriors, come together to admire automobiles that you will never, ever find in the car rental lot.

And that’s a damn shame.

Read More: Wired

Instagram Star:

Branden Harvey is slowly revolutionizing how one might utilize Instagram, filling the social media space with story portraits.

His work, as Mashable found, is aiming to garner good from what is normally just countless selfie fodder.

Read More: Mashable

Happy Holidays:

You can be a grump about it all you want, but the end of Halloween marks the unofficial start of Holiday ubiquity.

To that end, Amazon has already started its Black Friday, so pore over deals for that travel gadget you’ve been wanting.

Read More: Mashable

Planes, Planes, Planes:

Lastly, we leave you with the above video, which might be on the low-tech side of things but is regardless cool and worth your time.

It just about sums up what a groundskeeper gets to see over the course of a day.

Read More: Digg


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