Tag Archive: trip


Google really wants you to book your next trip with its new Google Travel

You can get up to $ 500 back for all flights that you book with price guarantee.

What you need to know Google has added new features to Google Travel to help users find the lowest possible flight prices. You can now view historical price trends and receive flight price notifications. Google Travel will also assist you in finding hotels, restaurants, and places to explore in the city you’re visiting.

Earlier this week, Google pulled the plug  [Read More…]

Check out the full list of Road Trip Missions in Fortnite

The latest challenges are ready to be completed!

Season X of Fortnite is here, and with it comes significant changes to the way players will be completing challenges. Instead of one week of challenges, players will now be completing missions, which are thematic objectives for those who have the Season X Battle Pass.

Instead of the typical seven challenges, players now have many more chances to earn Battle Pass stars, with two sets of challenges opening up  [Read More…]

These battery banks can last you through a weekend trip with ease

I don’t go on as many camping trips as I’d like to, nor do I think I’d want to bring a ton of tech with me if I did — likely just my phone and maybe my camera. But you never know when you’re going to need other, less obvious gadgets and appliances like a hot plate or even a portable camping shower.

MrMobile took a trip to a small island called Nassau Point last week to test out  [Read More…]

I went on a 5-week trip and these gadgets helped me stay working (and sane)

Every time I travel, I struggle to decide what, and how much, tech to bring with me. It’s both a matter of space and practicality: the more I bring, the heavier my backpack becomes, and the more disastrous it becomes if I lose what I brought. I also want travel tech that’s versatile, ideally providing me with multiple use cases — and hardy, able to hold up to the kind of rough treatment I wouldn’t necessarily subject my  [Read More…]

Heading out on a trip? Bring along your Amazon Echo!

Best answer: As long as you’ve secured access to your hotel Wi-Fi and there are no restrictions on the number of devices you’re able to connect, you should be fully capable of connecting your own Amazon Echo speaker to any hotel Wi-Fi. Alternatively, you might be able to use your phone’s mobile hotspot feature or a portable wireless router extender like the TP-Link N300 Wireless Portable Nano Travel Router if you want to  [Read More…]

Record your trip in 1080p with Anker’s discounted Roav DashCam A1 for $45

This app-enabled dashcam is down to one of its best prices yet via Amazon.

Anker’s Roav DashCam A1 is now down to $ 44.89 at Amazon. Considering it regularly sells for nearly $ 60, today’s deal makes for a pretty nice discount. We’ve only seen this camera drop as low as $ 40 in the past.

This dash cam records in 1080p Full HD with a wide angle lens so you can capture multiple lanes of traffic  [Read More…]

The $46 Yi 2.7K Ultra Dash Cam can capture every moment of your road trip

This compact camera is essential for longer drives.

With the prices of dash cams these days, there’s no reason why you should be driving around unprotected. Having a dash cam in your vehicle during an accident can seriously help you out when it comes to insurance claims, and will save you so much more than the price of the cam itself. Nowadays, you can get a great HD dash cam for less than $ 100 on Amazon.  [Read More…]

Save yourself a trip to the mechanic with the $12 Kobra OBD-II code reader

Ugh, what is your car trying to tell you anyway?

This Kobra OBD-II Wi-Fi car code reader is down to $ 11.99 on Amazon when you clip the 15% off on-page coupon and use the promo code 5ZE3CSHJ. It sells for $ 20 without the code and we haven’t seen a sale on these readers since June. Make sure the seller for this deal and the ones below is “E-Tech Distributors” or the code won’t work. This version uses  [Read More…]

Save a trip to the mechanic with the $40 Nonda OBD-II car code reader

Get app notifications for every issue.

The Nonda ZUS smart vehicle health monitor OBD-II car code reader is down to $ 39.99 on Amazon from a street price of $ 60. It has never dropped this low before and hasn’t come anywhere close since dropping to $ 45 back in June briefly.

The Nonda monitor will keep tabs on your engine with real-time alerts and predictions based on the collected data. It will also decode engine error  [Read More…]

Gadgets and gear: 10 things to pack for a camping trip

Summer is the best time to get together as a family and go camping. Alternatively, you might favor solo adventures or going out into the wilderness accompanied only by a few friends. Regardless of your particular preferences, one thing is certain: summer isn’t complete without at least one camping trip.

With the vacation season upon us, it’s high time to start thinking about packing and preparing for your camping trip.

goTenna Mesh review: Private networks for going off the grid  [Read More…]