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Apple's popular smartphone is the most popular small WiFi device on airlines that have the Gogo in-flight WiFi Internet service installed.
In an interesting but telling move by some major US airlines, Facebook will become a free service on many flights. If you’re flying Virgin America, United Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, AirTran,US Airways or Alaska Airlines,...
Why is it so difficult for airports to put power outlets near the gates? It seems that each gate has at most one power outlet and it’s always located in a very inconvenient place –...
Neowin recently reviewed Gogo inflight Wi-Fi. As I was switching from Windows 7 to OS X I came across this pricing discrepancy. If a Mac user were to pay for Gogo it would...
As Neowin heads to CES, what better way to kick off our coverage than with a review of GoGo inflight Wi-Fi service. The service is offered on most Delta flights that originate and touchdown...