Tag: tech

Cars & Trucks & Electric Vehicles

Fast Forward

November 17, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

From white-hot trends and high-tech toys to brand-new models, here’s what to expect in automobiles down the road.

Lifestyle

Keeping Kids Entertained This Summer

July 02, 2021. Dallas Ernst

From backyard games to local attractions and road trips, keep the fun going all summer long with these ideas and activities.

AAA

AAA Battery Tech Spreads Service and Knowledge

April 26, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

AAA battery tech Jeff Waterman is as much a teacher as a technician.

AAA

AAA and Bryant University Team up for Data Science

March 22, 2021. Aimee Carrier

A partnership between Bryant University and AAA Northeast gives students valuable data science experience and inroads to AAA careers.

AAA

AAA Female Techs Are Vital Members of the Fleet Family

March 08, 2021. Andrew Sheldon

Amelia Desiata is one of the standout female members of the AAA fleet.

Cars & Trucks

Test Drive: Turning It up to ‘11’

February 11, 2021. Alan Rider

In “This Is Spinal Tap,” a character brags that their amplifiers go to “11” instead of just 10. That same philosophy applies to cars when automakers take performance to the next level.

Technology

The Top Tech Finds for 2024

January 14, 2021. Ellen R. Delisio

The CES 2024 Consumer Technology Association trade show featured some exciting future automobile technology and plenty of other impressive products.

Savings & Travel

The Pros and Cons of Payment Apps

December 01, 2020. Andrew Sheldon

Payment apps are growing in popularity, but which one is right for you? And are there any drawbacks to these convenient payment options?

Road Trips

Road Trip Gadgets For Safe and Smooth Travels

November 03, 2020. Katie Linendoll

These gadgets will allow you to fully enjoy your road trip by helping take away any stress – and danger – you may encounter on the road.

Photography

Mirrorless vs DSLR Cameras

September 17, 2020. Kayla Mandeville

Should you make the move to one of the new mirrorless models or stick to a tried-and-true DSLR?