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Can technology help you turn the tables on your car rental company?

If you're tired of technology being used against you -- and how can you not be after the the latest NSA spying allegations -- then you'll probably appreciate this man-bites-dog story.

The travel industry moves to preempt customer complaints

When Jason Plott’s Western Caribbean cruise was delayed because of dense fog in Galveston, Tex., earlier this year, Carnival offered two possible resolutions before casting off: Either a full refund or an abridged cruise, which included an onboard credit and a discount off a future vacation.

What happens when a million iPhone 3Gs units hit the road?

You get this: Video uploads to YouTube from mobile phones jumped 400 percent in a week. The mobile video revolution has begun. And no one will be more affected than travelers.

Here’s a clever way around pricey hotel wireless charges

Unless you're a frequent business traveler and own an expensive wireless mobile broadband aircard with a two-year plan, there's no way around a hotel's $9.95 per day wireless fee. If you want to stay connected when you're away, the resort's got you over a barrel.