Gogo Wi-Fi Is Using Man-in-the-Middle Malware Tactics on Its Own Users 

Gogo's inflight Wi-Fi service is pretty much your only option when it comes to surfing the internet in the skies above. Which means that they are free to give you shitty service at even shittier prices all they want. And now, according to one Google engineer, they're also playing fast and loose with your online… »1/05/15 2:10pm1/05/15 2:10pm

Qantas Now Pretty Sure That Your iPod Didn't Almost Crash Their Plane

Early last week a Qantas Airlines Airbus A330 surprised (and injured) its passengers with an inexplicable 300ft climb, followed by an even larger drop. Initial reports »10/15/08 5:00am10/15/08 5:00am seemed to place blame on interference from personal electronics — something that Qantas had claimed before. After the news made the rounds the…

Qantas Looking To Blame A330's Sudden Drop in Altitude On Passengers' Gadgets?

Earlier this week, a Qantas A330 inexplicably climbed 300 feet and then suddenly nose-dived back down. In the cabin, 71 people were injured. Interestingly, the ATSB is now looking at in-cabin interference from personal electronics »10/09/08 1:45pm10/09/08 1:45pm as a possible cause of the "irregularity with the aircraft's elevator control system."…

Europe's Ryanair to Push Passengers One Step Closer to the Edge with In-Flight Cellphone Service

If you're flying one of Europe's many discount carriers and you're not violently hungover, you're probably doing something wrong—the cabins of those single-class A319s are bubbling tempests of unshowered, throbbing rage that always seem a fraction of a degree away from boiling over. Now on your sunrise flight from… »9/25/08 9:30am9/25/08 9:30am

Delta's Bringing In-Flight Wi-Fi to Its Entire U.S. Fleet

Delta will join the other airlines using Aircell's GoGo »8/05/08 9:12am8/05/08 9:12am cellular data service, becoming the first of the U.S. biggies to announce concrete plans for a fleet-wide rollout. They're starting with their 133 MD88/90s, then moving on to hit every plane by summer of next year. It'll run you $9.95 for flights less than three…

Gogo To Bring In-Flight Wi-Fi By Spring; We Can't Wait

We already knew that Virgin America and American Airlines were planning to bring in-flight wi-fi in 2008, but we seriously didn't expect it be ready by spring. Aircell has just launched its US in-flight wi-fi service called "gogo" and they claim it will be available in the first half of 2008. Virgin America and… »3/13/08 4:05pm3/13/08 4:05pm