Were you flying to or from the eastern seaboard over the weekend? I’m so sorry. A botched software update caused hundreds of flights to be delayed or cancelled on Saturday and Sunday, so there’s a decent chance you had a bad trip. What happened? A software upgrade, of course.
The effect that weather has on air traffic delays is probably one of the most misunderstood aspects of aviation.
It's Thanksgiving week — one of the busiest travel weeks of the year. And like many other years, there's a massive storm on the doorstep of the nation's northeast major hub airports that could send everyone's plans right to hell. But to help you be prepared, here are some of your options to get back on track.
Holiday travel is hell. Combine early winter weather with hoards of angry passengers rushing for their childhood twin beds, and delays are pretty much a given. So how long will you yourself get to spend sightseeing around a crowded airport terminal? Depends on who you fly.
With the East Coast on the verge of an ill-timed storm, worse than usual holiday delays seem inevitable, and there's one question on everyone's mind: How long am I going to be stuck in airort purgatory? Depends who you fly.
All delays considered, HTC is now promising the One will pop up in the U.S. "before the end of April."
The HTC One, the beautiful beast of an Android, is delayed because suppliers no longer consider HTC a "tier one company". Which basically means that component companies only care about working with Apple and Samsung. Which basically means that we're going to have to wait a little longer to get our hands on the best…
AppleInsider noticed something peculiar about some build-to-orders iMacs; they went from a shipping estimate of 1-3 days to 5-7 weeks. Specifically, the delay affects any iMac that is equipped with a 2TB hard drive. What's going on?
Sony CEO Howard Stringer has a bit of iPhone 5-shaped egg on his face this morning as it was revealed late last night the executive accidentally revealed the strength and supplier of the iPhone 5's alleged camera.
Sources over at TechCrunch say the iOS upgrade cycle will be shaken up a bit this year, with an iOS 5 unveiling set to occur in the fall—not this spring as is usually the case with Apple upgrades.
Firefox's director Mike Beltzner has confirmed that Firefox 4 (expected later this year, with HTML 5 and multitouch support amongst others) has actually been delayed until early next year, as it's "taking longer than initial estimates indicated as we track down regressions and sources of instability. As part of our…
For all their critical acclaim, current tablets stink in direct sunlight. That's why Pixel Qi's "transflective" display and similar screens are so promising. Unfortunately, the other serious contender in this field, Qualcomm's Mirasol, just delayed their screen to next year.
FlightView just touched down in the Market, allowing Android owners to track individual flights, organize trips, check for delays, and more. And at only $1 (or free with ads), it's worth it even if it saves you an anticipatory headache.
Square, the super-cool payment system that lets you collect peoples' credit card dollars on your smart phone, is delayed indefinitely while the company tightens various infrastructural screws. CEO Jack Dorsey admits they rolled features out "before they were fully baked."
As the tablet market gets even more crowded and competitive (read: Did you see Computex this year?), any delay could effectively end a company's chance at making that all-important first impression. Notion Ink Adam was just delayed until November. Updated.
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen, in an interview with FOX Business, has revealed that flash 10.1 support for WebOS and BlackBerry phones would arrive slightly later than expected in the second half of 2010.