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Best UK transport apps for iPhone and iPad

There's life beyond Maps. Here's our selection of the top UK travel and transit apps for iOS.

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Best UK roaming data plans for Europe

The best options for getting online in Europe this summer — without breaking the bank.

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How to save money on roaming fees outside the UK

Using your phone abroad can be expensive — but with a little planning, it's easy to save a lot of money.

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Google is seeking beta testers for an upcoming travel app for the iPhone

Google is emailing selected people to sign up and take a survey so they could possibly be picked to beta test an upcoming travel assistance app.

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Best apps for traveling with kids

Traveling with kids can be trying at times, so check out our picks for the best apps for traveling with kids to keep them busy and quiet.

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United Airlines app lets you scan your passport for international flight check-in

United Airlines is introducing a new "trial feature" to its app that lets international travelers scan their passports along with check-in using their phone. The app can use the scanned image of your passport to either verify previously-entered information or add it to the system, removing one step that slows down the ticketing and boarding process of international flights. If the app properly identifies your passport information, you won't be asked to provide any further documentation to receive your boarding pass.

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Alaska Airlines app gets major visual overhaul in version 3.0

Flying Alaska Airlines anytime soon? Then you're going to want to download their updated app for iPhone. Alaskan Airlines has given their iPhone app a fresh new look.

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UK officials follow US counterparts by banning electronics with no charge from boarding flights

The UK government's Department of Transport has now joined with the U.S. in requiring that passengers on some international flights coming in and out of the country must show that their electronic devices can be powered up, in an effort to improve security.

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TSA will check to see if your device turns on for international, U.S.-bound flights

As part of new security protocol at foreign airports, the United States Transportation Security Administration will require cell phones and select electronic devices to be fully charged with the ability to be powered on when going through security screening. The TSA says that devices that won't power on will not be allowed on flights headed to the U.S.

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Canadian airlines will soon allow gate-to-gate electronics use

Canadians airlines will soon allow unrestricted electronics access to customers following a new ruling by Canada's Transport Minister. The move comes after the US FAA announced last year that customers can use their electronic devices during "all phases of flight."

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