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A look back at JetBlue's inaugural e-mail and instant-messaging-equipped flight, and what the implications might be for the future.
Powered by Autonet Mobile, the yuppie-friendly mini-SUV now has an option for a 3G Internet subscription inside the car.
The House Transportation Committee approves a bill that would prohibit in-flight cell phone use for good.
If you're flying from New York's LaGuardia Airport to elsewhere in the U.S., you'll be able to check in with a mobile Web boarding pass on your cell phone.
Airline passengers who use Gmail, Hotmail, or Exchange, among others, will now be able to access their e-mail onboard too. Another added feature? Shopping on Amazon.
The first of several updates from the 'BetaBlue' test flight, equipped with Yahoo and BlackBerry e-mail and instant messaging.
On board the inaugural, Wi-Fi-equipped "BetaBlue" flight, the system doesn't always work perfectly, but on the flip side, there's an easy workaround that can give you access to other Yahoo mobile features.
The low-cost carrier will be the first domestic airline to offer a wireless service on board when it tests out Yahoo e-mail and IM, as well as BlackBerry access, next Tuesday.