There may be no need to turn off electronics during a flight takeoff, Android users could see software updates soon, and a low-cost box arrives for Google TV.
Qantas will now allow text messages and e-mails on domestic flights. Emirates allows the same but adds voice calling as well.
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.
An electrical pulse through nanotubes and wires helps find the crack in an airplane wing while in-flight.
Airline is planning to launch a mobile e-mail, Web browsing, and texting service on two new Airbus A318 planes this fall. But retrofitting old planes is too costly, CEO says.
Tropos provides Wi-Fi-based wireless communication for the North American Eagle jet-powered car that's designed to break the land speed record and achieve land supersonic speed.
CNET Asia brings you the best of the CommuniAsia 2008 show in Singapore.
In a show of planetary-scale laser communication, Leonardo's digitized lady gets beamed nearly 240,000 miles to a lunar satellite.
The FAA now says that it's fine and dandy for airline passengers to use their electronic devices in all phases of flight, including takeoff and landing. Here's how the rule change could affect your future flights.
So much communication in the world around us depends on our hearing. For the hearing impaired, Silent Tweets offers a solution.