In a world filled with innovative technologies, finding a balance of when and when not to use these social media outlets while traveling can pose a challenge. Here are a few tips for how to live in the moment while still finding time to tweet and Facebook your friends from back home.
From getting your visas to getting your vaccinations, finding an ATM to finding a toilet, booking a flight to booking a campsite, Greg Banecker breaks down 50 of the best smartphone travel apps that are sure to make your travels less stressful, more convenient, and above all, really, really cool.
With new gadgets hitting the market every day, there's always some new piece of technology promising to make your life easier. Isabel Eva Bohrer shares 20 of the latest gadgets and why you might (or might not) need them in your travel pack.
Planning an RTW trip is a time consuming process, and travelers are always looking for ways to make their planning and traveling easier. Adam Seper offers ten tactics and resources that, while not specifically designed for long-term travelers, can help you stay organized and in touch while on the road.
Modern-day travelers have a world of technology at our fingertips: computers, netbooks, smartphones, digital camers, iPods, iPhones, iPads. Technology can be a wonderful thing, but we propose that sometimes, nothing beats good old-fashioned pen and paper.
Jessica Spiegel has gathered all the iPhone travel apps lists that have been published on BootsnAll into one list - it's a collection of some fantastic, funny, and downright useful apps for some of the world's most popular travel destinations.
With all the technology and social media available to us, it's easy to live a life completely online. But travel is all about making connections in the real world, so here are five ways to use online tools to make offline friends.