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On flights, it’s important to bring certain must-have items. The more you travel, the more you learn what to pack — and what to leave behind. With a bit of planning, you’ll have everything you need to have more comfortable flights, from earplugs to snacks.
Booking a flight can be expensive, and travelers are always looking for ways to save money. There are many websites that do the dirty work of searching for the perfect flight at the cheapest price. Of all the flight-buying websites, Skyscanner is the winner.
Apple has the second-largest fleet of self-driving cars in California — bigger than Tesla, Waymo, or Uber
Apple's 55-vehicle fleet is the second largest in California, behind only Cruise, a self-driving company owned by GM. Apple actually has more self-driving cars in testing than self-driving pioneers such as Waymo and Tesla, as well as big automotive companies like BMW, Toyota, and Mercedes Benz.
According to a new dashcam video posted by a Lyft driver, Apple Park has a highly efficient system of turns, underground tunnels, and LED lighting. It's a little reminiscent of how airports direct traffic — fitting, given that the unofficial nickname for Apple Park is the "spaceship."
China is opening the world’s longest sea bridge — and it contains enough steel to build 60 Eiffel Towers
China will soon unveil its controversial megaproject, a 34-mile-long bridge connecting Hong Kong, Macau, and the mainland. Here's what it looks like.
As part of the Panmunjom Declaration for peace, South Korea unveiled a massive railway project that could theoretically allow North Korea to become an important connector for trade between East Asia and Europe.
Elon Musk’s Boring Company will sell Lego-like bricks that can be used to construct affordable houses in just a few days
Musk tweeted that the Boring Company will offer bricks — made of its leftover rocks — that interlock so that people can build low-income houses and other structures.
Some millennials are driving more compared to 2009, cccording to the new 2017 National Household Travel Survey,. But they tend to live outside cities and earn less money than their urban counterparts.
JetBlue is entering the pizza delivery business — but only for a few days. From May 9 to May 11, the airplane brand is delivering cheese and pepperoni pizza from New York to Los Angeles. There is no delivery fee — or taxes — so you'll be able to order pizza from 2,800 miles away for less than $20.
I’ve only ever flown coach for 32 years, but I just splurged on my first international business class trip — and it was as good as flying ...
What's it like to upgrade from coach to United Polaris business class? It's pretty sweet.