So far, the Aloft Boston Seaport and Aloft Santa Clara in California have the technology in place, as part of the chain's “Project: Jetson” initiative. “Today’s early adopter, hyper-connected global traveler wants a level of personalization unlike ever before, and that means being able to control their hotel experience with the sound of their voice,” says Brian McGuinness, global brand leader of Aloft Hotels. Hotels are increasingly experimenting with technology that will capitalize on people’s desire to control everything via their smartphones and iPads. Get the full story at USA Today