It’s shaped like a familiar Italian cookie, but Biscotti may be the idea travel gadget for keeping touch with friends and family, and in glorious HD to boot! Tech Lord James DeRuvo reviews this unique device.
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It’s a tablet, it’s a phone, it’s a Phablet! OnTravel’s Tech Lord, James DeRuvo, is back to review the new Samsung Galaxy Note.
OnTravel Tech Lord James DeRuvo previews the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, aka NerdStock.
Adobe has come out with some great new features in Premiere Elements 10 that promise to make editing those vacation videos really easy. A push of a button easy. Tech Lord James DeRuvo gives us the details.
Is the Toshiba Thrive a good choice for tech savvy travelers? Maybe not. While the Toshiba Thrive has great, cinematic wide screen display and some decent hardware, the Android operating system still isn’t ready for prime time. Tech Lord James DeRuvo gives us his review.
You can edit your vacation videos online thanks to Magisto. On Travel’s Tech Lord James DeRuvo fills us in.
Apple makes a tidal wave sized splash with the iPhone 4s. But it would surprise some to realize that this new iPhone is merely an incremental update. Is it a great option for travelers? Absolutely because it’s now a world phone. And it’s an even better camera. James DeRuvo has the details on this new […]
OTs Tech Lord of the Universe James DeRuvo joins us to talk about what happens if your iPhone is lost or stolen while you’re on vacation and how you can try and get it back. Also, a visit to San Diego ComiCon!
James DeRuvo joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about some cool travel apps for the iPhone, the perils of social networking while traveling, and why it pays to buy an International Data Roaming Package before taking your iPhone overseas. Apps featured: Onavo Data Compression and Word Lens. Paul suggests Transperfect. Plus, getting a temporary SIM […]
Family travel correspondent James DeRuvo visits Disneyland in California and finds the prices higher but the quality still there. He’s blown away by the new Star Wars ride and found the new Ariel ride appealing but probably only for small kids.
Travel journalists Paul Lasley and Elizabeth Harryman are married and reach an audience of several million people each month as they write and broadcast in a variety of formats. They have covered travel for network television including NBC’s Today Show and local TV such as KTLA 5 in Los Angeles.