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Most interesting thing is the graph partway through showing the huge changes in Apple's product mix. When/what/will Apple's next big thing be/appear?
Alaska and Virgin America have added bags to all planes, and Delta plans to add them eventually.
Warning : Do NOT try this at home. But, alas, it seems some people are.....
Good reasons to upgrade the iOs on your iPhone or iPad.
Sky Guru will explain to passengers what is happening during their flight in real time.
Among other factors, increasing the customer base for inflight Wifi could be a lucrative source of revenue for Chinese airlines.
Expedia and Priceline are allegedly fighting back against hotels' direct-to-consumer offers by making the hotels harder to find on their sites.
Alas, looking at the extremely subtle differences, I don't think 'normal' people ever could/would.
No, you're not paranoid. People probably are trying to hack you.
If you're a Mac user, positive changes.
Great customer service; horrible PR for the brand.
Or is it one isolated incident?
Galaxy 7s bring the chance of electronics catching fire to the forefront.
There are "numerous reports" of the devices catching fire.
A "NodPod" for sleeping while traveling. This is a Kickstarter with a reasonable price. You will look like a member of some esoteric religion but it will keep your head from flopping around.
Basic advice, but still good. T-Mobile's still the best bet.
Cornell University researchers created a website that will analyze your copied-and-pasted review.
Not sure how useful some of these devices are, but at least food for thought.
More recharge cycles. Great concept, but no details of when/if this will ever become a reality.
First Blackberry, now Microsoft. Seems like smartphones have become a two horse race between Android and iOS, with Android benefitting from Msft's collapse in market share.
Blackberry have announced they will discontinue making phone hardware. A decision possibly better late (by perhaps five or more years) than never.
Federal Aviation Administration controllers and pilots are using new computer technology that could help flights get to their destinations faster and more safely.
Hong Kong residents ridiculed the marketing gaffe on Facebook.
This one claims it will start shipping in November, so it might be more real than all the others. Not stated but implied - it will be very expensive to start with, though.
A draft amendment to China's Civil Aviation Law includes a 50,000 yuan (US$7,515) fine for passengers using mobile phones on planes.
There is little new for experienced travelers but it's still worth a quick look.
T-Mobile has announced that T-Mobile's Simple Choice customers in the US will have access to high-speed 4G LTE networks throughout Europe July 1 through August 31.
Nothing very much different or improved with this latest $80 entry-level Kindle. Maybe better to buy a $50 Fire than a $80 Kindle!
In a sign of the times, the French government has released the new app for iOS and Android devices.