Good news for US Open spectators!
Time Warner Cable—the official sponsor and WiFi service provider at the tennis tournament—is serving up unlimited free WiFi throughout the two-week period. The service—which has wholly expanded from last year’s 235 WiFi access points—will be deployed to practice courts (17, 4, ... More
A new partnership puts Tesla chargers at luxury Airbnb homes
Want to travel in your new, very eco-friendly Tesla car but don’t know where to charge it? You’ll soon be able to do just that at 30 luxurious Airbnb properties along the West Coast. Airbnb aims to alleviate the constraint faced by many Tesla drivers—finding themselves limited in ... More
Sip champagne while circumnavigating the globe on a massive 52-person private plane
The next time you fly commercial—say, on a transatlantic flight from the U.S. to Europe—imagine what it would be like to completely gut renovate the plane and bring it back to life as a luxurious private jet.
Well, that’s exactly what TCS World Travel did to its newly launched Boeing 757, ... More
You’ve booked your flight and you’re headed out of town. But before you jet off to your final destination, you’ll have to pack your bags with all of your favorite things. Here, DuJour has rounded up the best travel gear (think: luxury skin and hair care kits, noise-cancelling headphones, and ... More
The media mogul gives us a glimpse into the past, present and future of his tech empire
Global media company Mashable boasts 24 million social media followers, 43 million unique visitors each month and offices spanning from New York to Singapore. On any given day you could find yourself feverishly scrolling through highly clickable stories, viral videos and cutting-edge news, from the latest advancements in ... More
More and more buyers are seeking contemporary-looking homes with electronic touches
For decades, if you saw a carpenter framing a house in the Hamptons, it was a safe bet that a rambling, shingled home would soon be taking shape, complete with transom windows, cross gables and a gambrel roofline. But the buyers of new homes are no longer in thrall ... More