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Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 3, 2015

Travel Technology | Gabe Zaldivar | November 03, 2015

Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 3, 2015

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The word for the day is hotspot. If you happen to read that, you are mandated to take a drink.

Seeing as how you might be at work, we will accept sips of coffee.

In any case, we are back with more Road Warrior news for you aficionados of the road, tech and gadgets.

Brew Trip:

For those who enjoy the crisp refreshing taste of a nice beer on an autumn day, there is a lovely road map that is just itching to be conquered. It’s a veritable treasure map of the best breweries in America.

It’s basically a great way to see the nation and taste all the beer that comes with such a road trip.

Read More: LifeHacker

Sharing is Caring:

We live in an amazing time with ubiquitous aps and devices. The key is to embrace all that comes with it, which will make that next business trip a breeze.

Read More: Harvard Business Review

All Class:

Flying in style doesn't have to mean breaking the bank. Here is a lovely breakdown of all the ways people have gamed the system to garner first class for little to no money.

Read More: MSN

Sprint to Cuba:

Those with a hankering for Cuban travel can rejoice a little bit louder, especially if they happen to have a Sprint plan.

Reports signal that the company has reached an agreement to provide roaming in the country.

Read More: Engadget

Better Late…

The good news continues, especially for those who do their web browsing while on the go.

Firefox seems to have received the memo and will soon release a version for iOS. In other news, it’s 2015.

Read More: Mashable


Hilton Hotels has some ‘splaining to do.

The FCC is currently investigating whether the hotel chain took steps to block legal Wi-Fi hotspots.

Read More: The Verge

Street Lamp Hot Spots:

Shanghai, China, just upped the street lamp game.

Your typical lamps are good for emitting an eerie glow that only somewhat illuminates the neighborhood.

These, however, can do so much more, including offering Wi-Fi.

Read More: Daily Mail

That That:

Lastly, we give you the above video, which features a drone getting its comeuppance.

Let that be a lesson to any and all untoward drones in the audience.

Read More: Digg


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