Executive Travel Magazine

November/December 2009

Technology 2010

We've sorted through the burgeoning crowd of hardware and applications to recommend those that work hardest and best fit your mobile lifestyle.

In this issue, we present our first annual Best in Tech Awards. Our editors have found the finest technology products for traveling executives to take on the road next year, and we honor the winners for their innovation, practicality and customer focus. We also sorted through the pile of applications for BlackBerry, iPhone and Pre to find the most worthwhile for you and your distinct lifestyle.

Today's mobile lifestyle requires the very best in mobile technology to keep you from derailing under duress. Here's the gear Executive Travel's editors have selected as the finest to take on the road in 2010.
Sample the best business and travel tools for Apple iPhone, Palm Pre and RIM BlackBerry devices.
Whether you're just starting or adding to an art collection, an art adviser can save you time and help you select pieces that are not only beautiful, but are also solid investments.
Every brand has a story. How is yours influenced by the conversation happening in social media?
With a sailboat and a sense of adventure, go rediscover the British Virgin Islands—you're guaranteed an entirely different experience than you've ever had there before.
Take a break from high–tech Silicon Valley by enjoying the region's softer side: Stanford University's diverse art collection.

Peter the Great's window to the West has reopened for business.
Explore grand and timeless dining options across the pond.
Award tickets are not as scarce as popular wisdom may lead us to believe.
These stylish accessories embrace your digital lifestyle—so you look great and function well.
The airspace between the U.S. and Europe is the world's busiest, yet a good stretch of it has no radar coverage. Thankfully, pilots can depend on sophisticated tracking systems to serve as traffic cops.
When email gets out of control, it's time to develop some strategies to tame your inbox.
Use these simple tactics to quickly forge a bond with a customer—and lay the foundation for a mutually beneficial relationship.
Additions will include a new hotel and a rail line that will connect DIA with downtown Denver's Union Station.
Study predicts the increase of business travel in China, Japan, India, Vietnam, Iran and Indonesia will exceed business travel growth rates in the U.S.

New security camera system targets attractions like lakefront beaches, McCormick Place convention center and Soldier Field stadium.

Hotel chain expanded to Africa in Tanzania and Zanzibar.
Cancellations happen and you are sometimes forced to make the most of your situation. This online guide offers the best and worst airports for an unexpected sleepover.
Starwood and Marriot Hotels are beginning to feature high-resolution teleconference facilities.
Web sites facilitate mileage trade.
Market Place