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.
Finally a major carrier steps up with wireless access on domestic flights starting this fall. International, anyone?
Mobile Internet aggregator iPass hooks up with Aircell to provide its monthly subscribers with in-flight broadband connectivity.
Delta Air Lines will offer wireless broadband on over 60 percent of its flights per day by the middle of next year.
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CNET's Kent German and Kara Tsuboi catch a ride on Virgin America's debut of 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.
Carrier plans to test broadband services next year.
American Airlines and Virgin America will be offering in-flight broadband on certain routes starting this spring.