If you're about to get on an airplane, you might want to wait until you land before you read this post. Because cyber security whiz Ruben Santamarta says he has devised a method that can give hackers access to a passenger jet's satellite communications equipment through the passenger Wi-Fi and in-flight entertainment…
Careening through the air 30,000 feet above the ground in seats that get smaller every day are too cramped to recline can be a brutal experience. To help us cope, airlines have evolved sophisticated on-demand entertainment in the form of games, movies, internet, and the occasional backrub. Here's a look at some of…
Indulging in in-flight entertainment on American Airlines is going to get much easier—you'll never have to stare at a stupid little screen on the the back of the head rest of the passenger in front of you ever again.
Not happy with invading phones, tablets, and TVs, Run Way Girl Mary Kirby reports that Android will live inside airplane seats too.
SeatBuddy is a case with two flexible straps that lets you hang your iPhone on an airplane seat tray, a car seat, a glovebox, and even on a treadmill—for the benefit of Mr. Chen.
Runway Girl Mary Kirby has tried the new Swiss International Airlines' first class on a JFK-Zurich flight. It's so cool and has so much high-tech—like the touchscreen seat-bed control—that it's almost painful to watch.