SPACE.com: Frequent flyer miles will for the first time be good beyond this planet, based on a new offering from Virgin Atlantic airways and its space-related sister company Virgin Galactic. Flying Club members will be able to
The Independent: Fine. I’m feeling absolutely fine, because the jet lag has worn off and I’m at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show. Honda is feeling fine, too. “Fine Technology, Fine Times, Feel FINE!” is its motor show
Popgadget: The W.O.W. Concept, which stands for “wonderful openhearted wagon,” features a special crate for dogs in the glove apartment to allow owners to interact with their pets on the road. A bigger crate pops up from
Iconoculture: Moms and babies head for the hills with Colorado Mountain Mamas hiking club. The group helps new moms get back on the trails – with baby on board. Each hike is led by an experienced guide
Iconoculture: What it lacks in Russell Crowe, it makes up for in authenticity. Visitors to Jerash, Jordan, can watch the Roman Army and Chariot Experience (RACE) – an authentic reenactment of Roman chariot races staged in a
Western People: A Ballina man who is already one of the most successful businessmen in the West of Ireland is embarking on a new venture to match potential employers with qualified drivers who are available for work.
Iconoculture: Reservations and convenience services widen the range of possibilities for those who use pedal power. Why fight the crowd at the bike rack? Clancy Systems International’s Bicycle Parking Network allows bikers to use their cellphones to