Virgin Media has brought Wi-Fi to 10 more Tube stations, making a total of 131 Tube stops now offering the service.
Can you really connect to Wi-Fi before takeoff and stay connected all the way to your destination? That's what Southwest now promises. A first-day test of how well it worked.
No need to wait till the aircraft reaches 10,000 feet. Southwest's use of a satellite Internet system means passengers can connect as soon as they board, and stay connected.
After months of testing, the airline has formally launched its BYOD Wi-Fi enabled in-flight entertainment system.
The technology will be introduced by JetBlue flights next month, and will be rolled out to other airlines in the coming year.
Technically Incorrect: The famous actor wasn't impressed when Virgin Australia told him that his two kids' hoverboards weren't allowed on the plane. He also has a very novel name for the hoverboards.
O2 has joined Virgin Media, Vodafone and EE in offering free Wi-Fi on the London Underground from 22 July.
Wi-Fi in Tube stations is going to stay free, but only if you're a customer of Virgin Media, Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile or EE.
From early next year customers will be able to use the 'SmartCall' app to make calls, if they have a landline contract.
Free Wi-Fi on the Tube will continue to be available to all until the end of 2012 at the very least.