Passengers flying with Spanish carrier Iberia will now be able to download and print their own luggage tags at home before catching their flight, a new measure designed to shave time during the check-in process and improve overall punctuality.
First ads for Google’s X Phone, now called the Moto X, promise a handset as unique as its user and a phone designed and built in the US.
Bowers and Wilkins is set to introduce the 805 Maserati Edition loudspeaker to celebrate its relationship with the Italian luxury car manufacturer.
The SMEG 500 is a chilling, retro design collaboration between Italy’s Fiat and appliance manufacturer, SMEG.
Bose QuietComfort 20 are the first in-ear headphones from Bose to offer the noise-cancelling technology.
Abu Dhabi Airport has been installed with “GoSleep” sleeping pods, which lets travellers take a quick nap before boarding a plane.
At Google I/O, Mercedes-Benz demonstrates upcoming integration with Google services using an iPhone connected to its Drive Kit Plus feature in an SL-class.
The company best-known for its immersive viewing experience and overpriced tickets has announced plans to IMAX private theaters for those with enough cash to buy an actual movie theater.
Monster and Swiss watchmaker Hublot have unveiled the “Inspiration Hublot” luxury headphones at Baselworld 2013.
The Volkswagen iBeetle will be the first VW Group product to fully integrate with the Apple iPhone 5.
The New Orleans Carriage Cab has become the first taxi company in the US to install backseat soft drinks vending machines.
South Korean technological giant Samsung has revealed a giant flagship ultra-high-definition range of TVs that will retail at $40,000.
Apple could soon release a new 128GB iPad. This latest rumor is based on analysis of the source code of the beta version of iOS 6.1
The next iPhone will feature new touch-sensor technology, a choice of two screen sizes and will be available in a range of five colors.
LG Electronics has launched sales of its new television using a next-generation display that the company hopes will drive growth against giant rival Samsung.
Omega has brought old-world craftsmanship to one of the world’s most popular high-tech devices. The brand has introduced a fine leather case for the iPhone 5.
South Korean carmaker Hyundai’s Connected Car concept uses NFC technology to allow users to open and close doors with their phone.
Italian luxury house Dolce & Gabbana has released their new handcrafted headphones in collaboration with New York-based Grado Labs.
Samsung is ready to begin mass production of smartphones with bendable screens, which will make the devices thinner, lighter and unbreakable.
Apple’s head of Internet software and services, Eddy Cue, is now a member of the board of directors at Ferrari.