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JetBlue Launching Fly-Fi Satellite Internet

Airline JetBlue is in the final phases of preparation before the launch of their new Fly-Fi in-flight internet connection service, capable of keeping you logged on above 10,000 feet. Launching in the near future, JetBlue will be able to offer free in-flight internet to their customers, as well as a faster premium option. Although we Full Article

Japan spending the most on mobile apps globally

Japan has beaten the States by 10% in overall app-spending, according to a new report. Per capita, the Japanese are spending 2.5 times as much on apps as Americans ...Full Article

African Mobile Penetration Tops 80%

The latest report on the growth of African telecommunications has revealed that cell phone penetration reached 80% in the first quarter of 2013 and continued to grow all year. ...Full Article

US Still 8th in Terms of Internet Connection Speed

  According to Akamai’s quarterly State of the Internet report, the average American internet connection is still languishing in 8th place, trailing behind leaders like South Korea, Japan and ...Full Article

Putin: NSA surveillance necessary for counterterrorism

Despite his country’s apparent welcome of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, Russian president Vladimir Putin has gone on to claim that the agency’s surveillance activities are necessary for counterterrorism efforts. ...Full Article

Time Warner & Verizon to test TV on the Web

Two major providers of pay-TV in USA, namely, Verizon Communications, Inc., and Time Warner Cable Inc have planned to test their systems designed to offer television shows on the ...Full Article

New Renault Cars to Have High Speed Internet Connections

French car manufacturer Renault has teamed up with telecom company Orange to build high-speed internet connections into its future range of cars. Tests are already underway on the Renault ...Full Article

Facebook looking to launch mobile ad network

Facebook is reportedly planning to introduce a mobile ad network at its F8 conference at the end of the month. This should come as no surprise after Facebook started ...Full Article

Pirate Bay working on new “anti-censorship” browser

The Pirate Bay has announced a new way to delude copyright agencies, which would mean using some very particular software to make its site accessible only to a certain ...Full Article

Technology Tycoons Sink $9 Million into School Broadband Project

Say what you like about the effects of connectivity on the population, but one this is certain; the internet has done a lot to bridge gaps between people. It’s ...Full Article