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Interesting new smartphones as far as the eye can see in Spain, a fancy new cable that fits both Lightning and micro-USB ports, high-speed Internet in all US national parks (for better or worse), and automated online check-in for people too lazy to do it themselves.

It's Travel Tech News time again!

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Struggling to stay under budget or keep track of your expenses when you travel? You're definitely not the only one. Andre shares the four apps he uses to take some of the cost and frustration out of dealing with his finances on the go.

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It’s happened! After several weeks of research, writing, and fighting with design tools (seriously, those things are a pain in the ass), the second edition of my book “Hammocks and Hard Drives: The Tech Guide for Digital Nomads” is out now. Yay! :)

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Planning a trip to Cuba? It's a fantastic place to visit, but if you need to stay connected, getting online is an expensive, frustrating experience. Unlike even a few years ago, however, it's now at least possible to have some limited Internet access during your trip.

Here's our experience from a recent visit to this fascinating country.

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Apple Pay is slowly making an appearance in countries outside the US -- but is it really safe and useful for international travelers yet? Patricia checks out the new payment scheme, and comes up with an answe

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Beautiful beaches, UNESCO World Heritage sites and breathtaking views vie for attention with near constant traffic gridlock, high levels of noise pollution and huge concrete monstrosities. Welcome to Malta.

If you're heading to this island nation any time soon, here's what you need to know about staying connected with a local SIM while you're there.

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Lufthansa speeding up all things luggage-related, cutting data use with the desktop version of Chrome, free Wi-fi coming to 400 train stations in India, and a price drop on the Google Nexus 5x... if you're quick.

What do you know, it's Travel Tech News time again!

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We mentioned it when it was first announced at CES last year, included it in our Christmas gift guide, and now finally, got our hands on one for a full review.

The Zolt Laptop Charger Plus was, unusually, as good as the hype. It's a small, lightweight replacement for most existing laptop and USB chargers, with handy extra features in a well-designed package. We like it a lot.

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Thinking about buying some new Apple gear? If you're traveling or about to, it might be worth holding off until you're in a different part of the globe.

We've done the research and tracked down the cheap (and not-so-cheap) places around the world to pick up that new iPad, Macbook or iPhone.

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As of last week, Netflix became available in 130+ countries, which is great... but there are still some major restrictions on which shows are available where, causing big issues for the movie-addicted travelers among us.

New app Smartflix gets around this problem in a clever way that doesn't slow down your streaming speeds or stop you binge-watching all of Downton Abbey on a rainy Sunday in Budapest. We explore it in detail.
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