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Singapore Airlines gives cattle-class iPod docks

Singapore Airlines has announced it's giving something back to its Australian economy customers — iPod connectivity.

By January 22, 2009

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Southwest Airlines moves cattle call online

Hate standing in line? Try sitting on line instead: Southwest is changing its cattle call seating plan.

By September 19, 2007

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Now, that's cattle car seating

The gigantic new Airbus A380 could carry up to 1,000 souls.

By June 8, 2007

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3D-print yourself with Shapify, Ep. 147

This week on Crave, we check out the latest in robot cattle technology, so giddyup! Learn how to 3D-print your very own selfie action figure with Shapify.me, and the Nintendo Cartridge flask gives new meaning to "drinking game."

By November 25, 2013

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Brazil: A chip in every cow

The giant South American nation is trying to use its large cattle population to create a market for a homegrown semiconductor industry.

By May 14, 2010

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Inside an Airbus A380: A video tour

From cattle class to the $22,000 suites, we take you on a video tour of a Singapore Airlines Airbus A380.

By September 24, 2008

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Etihad brings butlers and big-screen TVs to the skies

Etihad is upping the ante on sky-high technology in its A380s with the launch of a three-room cabin known as The Residence, complete with big screen TVs and a private butler.

By May 6, 2014

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Buzz Out Loud 988: Omelet hacking

We discover a great way to make omelets in a Ziploc bag, as well as rename the Netbook Guggenheimer and discover the cattle prods will soon be installed in your car. Oh, and Windows 7 is coming October 22.

By June 3, 2009

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Ep. 988: Omelette hacking

We discover a great way to make omelettes in a ziploc bag, as well as rename the netbook Guggenheimer and discover the cattle prods will soon be installed in your car. Oh and Windows 7 is coming October 22.

By June 3, 2009

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Dodging cows, not bullets in Colombia

A herd of cattle blocking the road in rural Colombia could have been a precursor to kidnapping. Thankfully, for News.com's Ina Fried, it was just a bunch of cows. Plus, more observations from Colombia.

By April 9, 2008