Royal Caribbean has big technology ideas, some close to reality

Royal Caribbean’s vision of the inside cabin of the future, with virtual balcony. BROOKLYN, N.Y. — On the cruise of the future, check-in counters, guest services desks and in-room phones will be relics, replaced by facial recognition, virtual reality and artificial intelligence. Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCCL) last week showcased the various ways that passengersContinue reading “Royal Caribbean has big technology ideas, some close to reality”

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New technology brings lower travel calling costs

ChatSim is a SIM card that offers users the ability to message on certain apps for a baseline price of $12 per year. An Expedia.com study recently revealed what most suspected: The majority of travelers consider their smartphones to be the most important item to bring on trips. But signing up for and using overseas calling plansContinue reading “New technology brings lower travel calling costs”

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Samsung technology helps set sail to a new generation of smart cruise ships

  MSC Seaside Samsung has partnered with major cruise line brand MSC Cruises to supply on-ship technology that aims to make the travelling experience ‘smart’. The upgrade to the MSC Cruises fleet was announced in Milan today but the first two routes to receive the upgrade won’t be in use until June and December 2017.Continue reading “Samsung technology helps set sail to a new generation of smart cruise ships”

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