At its Stamford, Connecticut-based headquarters, Starwood is hard at work testing concept rooms filled with smart technology that's already reached three of its chains: Four Points by Sheraton, boutique concept Aloft and its sustainable Elements brand. While the company runs higher-end hotel chains such as the St. Regis and the W, Starwood is leaning on these particular locations to test some of its latest tech innovations. The move is a part of an effort to make hotel stays for guests more personalized. This isn't too surprising, considering the company was one of Apple's early launch partners to offer room entry through the Apple Watch. At its Four Points by Sheraton concept — which traditionally targets business travelers — Starwood is looking closer at how its guests already use certain products in the room. As a result, it is currently testing a new TV set up, with two side by side. This will allow travelers to watch something on one set and practice a presentation (or stream a show via Netflix) on the other. Get the full story at Mashable