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Boeing is currently in the process of developing a self-destructing Android OS-based smartphone designed with spies in mind.
Boeing Co. has announced that it has cancelled wireless network plans for in-flight entertainment on its 787 "Dreamliner" airplane (planned for August 2007). A wireless network would add 200 pounds per plane as opposed to...
A laptop containing the personal information on 382,000 current and retired workers of Chicago-based Boeing Co. was stolen from an employee's car earlier this month, according to Boeing spokesman Tim Neale. He declined to say...
The Senate began debating a corporate tax bill yesterday that affects The Boeing Co. and Microsoft Corp. The House simultaneously started reworking its corporate tax cut, significantly reducing its cost to the U.S. Treasury, and...
AIRLINE LUFTHANSA and plane maker Boeing are to introduce broadband Internet connectivity on flights tomorrow. The German airline said that the service – called Lufthansa Flynet – will be offered on an inaugural flight tomorrow...
Japanese electronics maker Mitsubishi Electric Corp. will manufacture antennas for an in-flight service from Boeing Co. that will give passengers access to the Internet. Boeing senior vice president Scott Carson refused to...