Amazon Echo has underperformed since it launched. It’s a nifty speaker, but I can’t say I rely heavily on it. That being said, I like the new features being rolled out today for travelers.
American Airlines and Gogo seem to be having a tiff this morning in regards to network speeds, new technology and where AA will get their next generation of in-flight internet from. What does this mean for customers?
In case you missed it, here are the previous and upcoming posts about our summer trip to Italy: United Airlines To Rome St. Regis Rome Vatican Osteria 44 Photo Essay of Angels & Demons A Quiet Meal At Cul de Sac Trevi Fountain (Semi) Closed For Business A Fast Train To Venice St. Regis San Clemente Island Hotel Danieli Antico Pignolo A Quick Trip To Murano How To Ride The Vaporetto (Water Bus) In Venice Getting Lost In Venice British Airways 787 Flight Home If you’re a US resident and […]
According to this article, virtually none. The study, by DePaul University’s Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development, found 35.9% of airline passengers were using mobile technology at a given point during the four-month study. That was only slightly more than the 35.3% of fliers who were tapping into their mobile devices at observed points in 2013, during a period before the Federal Aviation Administration began allowing passengers to use electronic devices to play games, listen to music or read from takeoff to landing. That new rule went into effect on Oct. […]