The company that operates the GoGo in-flight Internet service has introduced an Android smartphone that will let business travelers place calls while in the air.
Amazon's Android blitz continues with the launch of the Cloud Player service and a deal to preinstall its App Store onto phones. Meanwhile, in the original Android Market, app makers get a new way to monetize their wares. Also, Antuan risks bricking his new HTC Thunderbolt by attempting to installing a custom ROM during the show. Will he be left with an expensive paperweight? All of that and more on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly with Justin Eckhouse and Antuan Goodwin.
Also: Trulia enjoys a record quarter, Glu Mobile releases 30 apps for BlackBerry App World, and LexisNexis inks a deal with the Internal Revenue Service.
The Internet Safety Act would require all providers of an "electronic communication service" to log user accounts for two years for later police convenience.
Passengers on some East Coast shuttle flights will be able to connect to the Internet via Wi-Fi-enabled laptops, PDAs, or smartphones.
CNET's Kent German and Kara Tsuboi catch a ride on Virgin America's debut of its in-flight Wi-Fi service.
The company teams up with YouTube for a coming-out party showing off its in-flight Wi-Fi service.
Airline says it is looking at ways to filter pornography from its in-flight Wi-Fi service, without going overboard.
The service, called Gogo, is available for $12.95 on some cross-country flights.
Finally a major carrier steps up with wireless access on domestic flights starting this fall. International, anyone?