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in-flight broadband

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American Airlines and Virgin America promise in-flight broadband

American Airlines and Virgin America will be offering in-flight broadband on certain routes starting this spring.

By March 12, 2008

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In-flight Wi-Fi to take off with Delta

Delta Air Lines will offer wireless broadband on over 60 percent of its flights per day by the middle of next year.

By August 5, 2008

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iPass to add in-flight Wi-Fi roaming

Mobile Internet aggregator iPass hooks up with Aircell to provide its monthly subscribers with in-flight broadband connectivity.

By May 14, 2008

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Ep. 1294: Web: there's an app for that

Turns out the Web is dead. Nope, sorry, Chris Anderson from Wired said so, and that's just the way it is. Nevertheless, we discuss. Also, the Chrome OS is about to hit the tablet world like a meteor, you're only getting half the broadband you're paying for, and Microsoft Flight Simulator is back! Darren and Rafe are so excited! Molly and Jason are also here!

By August 18, 2010

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Buzz Out Loud 1294: Web: there's an app for that (podcast)

Turns out the Web is dead. Nope, sorry, Chris Anderson from Wired said so, and that's just the way it is. Nevertheless, we discuss. Also, the Chrome OS is about to hit the tablet world like a meteor, you're only getting half the broadband you're paying for, and Microsoft Flight Simulator is back! Darren and Rafe are so excited! Molly and Jason are also here!

By August 18, 2010

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Broadband-ready passenger planes to near 800

Airlines gearing up to offer passengers in-flight Internet access on significantly more planes by the end of this year than the 25 counted in 2008, according to an In-Stat report.

By May 6, 2009

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In-flight Internet access takes off

A Lufthansa flight from Munich, Germany, to Los Angeles is the first commercial aircraft to offer travelers broadband access.

By May 18, 2004

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In-flight broadband; Morgan Stanley on Apple financials; TurboTax; more

In-flight broadband; Morgan Stanley on Apple financials; TurboTax; more

By January 15, 2003

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Wi-Fi: Coming soon on board U.S. airplanes

AirCell says it'll use its wireless spectrum to offer in-flight broadband. Will planes be filled with travelers yakking with VoIP?

By June 5, 2006

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Singapore Airlines to add broadband

Travelers will be able to get unlimited access for $29.95 on a flight of more than six hours.

By December 3, 2004