The Trusty Roomette Is Suddenly Giving Amtrak an Advantage Airlines Can Only Dream Of

New promotion advertises premium travelers long for: social isolation.

How Bike Brands Are Navigating a Boom Fueled by Covid-19

More consumers are cycling for exercise and as a transportation alternative, and manufacturers need to figure out how to retain new riders.

Nike Japan Allows People to Color Their Own Sneakers Through an Augmented Reality Zine

The app transforms physical coloring book pages into 3D models.

To Help Speed Recovery, Tripadvisor Hires Its Own Travel Agents

Reco concierge service is among a suite of new products and changes at the travel site.

These 3 Brands Adjusted Their Campaigns to Capitalize on the Bike Boom

Brompton, Specialized and Trek all saw massive spikes in sales due to Covid-19 and made prepandemic campaigns resonate during this time.

Small Businesses Can Now Use Venmo With New Business Profiles

Venmo acknowledges times are tough, especially for individuals trying to "connect, market and grow their businesses."

Essence Turns Annual Festival Into a Virtual Experience for the Black Community

Quantasy’s Will Campbell discusses producing the massive digital event for the first time.

Super-Cleaning Robots May Be the Future of Worker and Consumer Protection

Researchers at MIT are working with Ava Robotics to provide a sanitary solution to high foot traffic spaces.

Pandemic Sees Rivals Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Team Up

They've convened a health and safety panel ahead of cruises resuming in September.

Online Shopping Scams Have Been on the Rise Amid the Pandemic

The past few months have seen the highest number of consumer complaints in the history of the web.