5/31/2022: Keep traveling like a techie

More travel tech to try

Plus: DuckDuckGo’s tracker trouble, faster text formatting, and some early iTunes nostalgia

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It’s rare for a technology story to hold up four years later, but that’s mostly the case with this 2018 Advisorator issue on travel tech.

I still use my Charmast battery pack to recharge phones, tablets, and game consoles from the road, and iExit is still my favorite way to find gas stations, rest areas, and quick food stops along major highways. My wife’s family still uses Splitwise to divvy up major trip expenses, and I depend on my phone’s mobile hotspot to connect my iPad and laptop from practically anywhere.

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