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Southwest Airlines First Offers Gate-to-Gate Wi-Fi Service

Southwest Airlines First Offers Gate-to-Gate Wi-Fi Service
Southwest Airlines gives gate-to-gate Wi-Fi service. It is the only airline which has offered airplane mode allowance for electronic devices to its passengers. It is a pioneer in its efforts to aid air travelers.
Read more Nov 21 2013, 8:07am CST
 

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EU Allows Use of Electronic Devices In-Flight with 3G, 4G Broadband

EU Allows Use of Electronic Devices In-Flight with 3G, 4G Broadband
Finally, in a landmark decision, European Commission allows use of electronic devices in-flight. It means all 3G and 4G broadband gadget owners will be given the freedom to operate their devices in flights.
Read more Nov 15 2013, 7:05am CST
 

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Amazon Celebrates FAA Decision with Big Kindle Sale

Amazon Celebrates FAA Decision with Big Kindle Sale
Amazon offers only today 15% off select Kindle eBook readers and tablets, celebrating the FAA decision to allow use of electronic devices during takeoff.
Read more Nov 4 2013, 8:47am CST
 

iPhone 5S ID Can be Stolen Via a Fingerprint Spoof

iPhone 5S Fingerprint ID Can be Theft
The chances of having your fingerprint identity stolen have increased ever since Apple came out with its latest iPhone. Fingerprint spoof can lead to ID theft according to German researchers. It is a new form of hacking which threatens users especially with regards to their personal information.
Read more Oct 4 2013, 9:12am CDT
 

FAA Recommends Easing In-Flight Electronic Devices Restrictions

FAA Wants to Lessen In-Flight Electronic Devices Restrictions
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)wants to lessen the number of restrictions on in-flight use of electronic devices. This is being done in order to accommodate the travelers who board the airlines.
Read more Sep 27 2013, 4:44am CDT
 

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