Best New Travel Gadgets
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In the smart-phone category, nothing tops AT&T’s touch-screen iPhone when it comes to entertainment. But the newest model has also become a go-to device for business travelers, thanks to its wide array of travel apps.
Best apps: Users love Urbanspoon (free), which recommends restaurants in English-speaking countries based on location. Other excellent options include Worldmate Gold ($19.99 per month) for flight status reports, maps to your hotel, and currency conversions, and Gate Maps ($0.99 per month), which gives you everything you need to know to navigate an airport. wireless.att.com; from $199. —Adam Baer