The Dubai-based airline is known for being on the tech vanguard when it comes to in-flight services. Now, besides texting and e-mail, it's letting passengers talk on their mobile phones.
The luxury airline announces that it is delivering 1,000 HP ElitePad 900 tablets to its flight attendants, which will run on Windows 8 and come with a built-in airline-specific business app.
Qantas will now allow text messages and e-mails on domestic flights. Emirates allows the same but adds voice calling as well.
A recent FCC vote improves the chances for in-flight cell phone use, but not everybody is thrilled about the possibility.
The Street View team now offers an inside tour of international airports, train stations, and a cable car stop in Hong Kong.
The United Arab Emirates plans to deliver official documents via 18-inch, four-propeller, unmanned aerial drones that come equipped with fingerprint and eye-recognition security systems.
The social network for professional schmoozing wants the entire global workforce to sign on to its service.
A company that has fallen on difficult times branches out into a new field: growing strawberries in the United Arab Emirates.
Even though the FCC is moving forward on lifting the ban on phone calls while in flight, Delta's CEO says his airline still won't allow it.
The ride-sharing company expands to three new cities, bringing its pink mustaches to a total of 10 markets in the US.