For those traveling next week for Christmas and Hanukkah, a report from PC World magazine may be of interest - especially if you're traveling with your computer and smart phone, and particularly if you have a lay-over in an airport!
Here's the summary from PC World: "Many airports have been pushing to increase the numbers of electrical outlets, USB ports, and desks in their gate areas, and to increase the speed of their facility's Wi-Fi. This chart ranks the 40 busiest U.S. airports on the number and quality of the tech amenities they offer. We found that, in general, the number of electrical outlets per gate remains low in U.S. airports, especially considering how many air travelers now carry mobile, connected devices that require regular charging.
The report does a nice job providing relevant, useful information in a graph with the top 50 airports - here's a sample of the top three domestic airports.
To view the whole report and see how your favorite airport fared with tech - check out their article here: Best Tech-Friendly Airports: How the 40 Busiest U.S. Airports Stack Up