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Aeroflot Introduces Mobile Phone Check-In, Sort Of…

Russian flag carrier Aeroflot struggles at times to keep up with the times. Aeroflot has made considerable strides in some areas, such as introducing a modern Airbus fleet with an average age of less than three years old and an order for 22 Boeing 787-800 aircraft scheduled to enter service in 2016. As Aeroflot is…

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iPhone App of the Week : Airline Finder

Every airline’s most public billboard is the livery of their aircraft. Traveling to and through foreign airports and unfamiliar areas recognizing airline liveries can be a challenge. For those with the curiosity to know all the airline liveries they spot, or to find out the livery of an airline they are unfamiliar with … this…

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iPhone App of the Week : Camera+

I’ll be the first to admit that there is a dizzying array of iPhone camera apps available in the Apple iTunes App Store.  I often skim over the different camera apps because most are either copies of other apps, or just don’t offer features or an interface that I find appealing for my limited use…

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iPhone App of the Week : eSkyGuide

Each week I receive quite a few e-mails from App developers offering me promo codes to check out their Apps … and a good number of these Apps are for airline flight trackers, travel booking and other related travel and airline Apps. For the most part I tend to skip travel-tracking Apps because 99.9% of…

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IPhone App of the Week: iOS 4 App Folders (its not an app)

On the 24th of June Apple released a new operating system for the iPhone and iPod Touch devices … iOS 4. Having now used iOS 4 on both the iPhone 3G and iPhone 4 there is one feature that stands out … and this feature is standing in for this week’s regular iPhone App of…

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The iPad 3G, Travel and the Ying & Yang of Packing

As a frequent traveller I take many factors into consideration when I choose what to pack. Not all tools are equal for some jobs, sometimes a tool can be left home, and as the options for potential tools grow, the line between “must have” and “leave behind” are becoming blurred. A year ago I never…

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iPhone 4 – Observation After The First 24 Hours Of Use

While the iPhone 4 was officially released today, the 24th of June, mine arrived at my door yesterday morning on a FedEx truck … effectively giving me a one-day jump on the vast majority of the 600,000 people who pre-ordered the iPhone 4. Now, having had my iPhone 4 activated for just over 24 hours…

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iPhone App of the Month : 2010 World Cup South Africa

You read the headline correctly, this is the iPhone App of the Month … back in April my iPhone App of the Week was for the baseball fans … today’s iPhone App of the Month is the massive global base of ‘footie fans.’ The 2010 World Cup is upon us, and while Air France and…

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iPhone App of the Week : Aircraft Recognition Guide

Back in October of 2009 I wrote up an iPhone that was great for airplane geeks, little kids, every day travelers and anyone who glances out the window standing in the airport here : iPhone App Of The Week : Aeroguidelite While Aeroguidelite has been a fantastic app, it was removed from the iTunes store…

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iPhone App of the Week : Business Card Reader

If you are like me you are constantly getting business card … and often promptly losing business cards.  This week’s iPhone App of the Week is the answer to every disorganized business travelers need to keep cards organized. This Week’s iPhone App of the Week is Business Card Reader. Business Card Reader is a simple…

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