The Chinese city that pumps out fake iPhones and iPads now has a cool airport inspired by a manta ray.
Just weeks after the FAA gave the green light for gadget use during takeoff and landing, the FCC now wants to let people make cellphone calls in the air.
Connecting during flights just got a whole lot easier, at least in Europe, due to a new approval for 3G and 4G LTE services.
Very soon you'll be able to read on your tablet or e-reader during take-off without being sneered at.
An FAA panel has formally recommended lifting the ban on using electronics during aircraft takeoffs and landings.
A new report offers hope for frequent fliers who are constantly denied the use of their tablets during takeoff and landings.
Another day, another ambitious dude tries to build a jetpack.
Residents of Linz, Austria recently saw lights in the sky. 50 of them, actually, as that's the number of quadrotors that took to the air to perform a synchronized light show as part of the country's Ars Electronica tech expo.
When we posted about the FlyNano last year, there was (apparently) some skepticism about whether it was anything more than a fanciful idea. Footage released this week shows the airplane undergoing flight testing on Monday, equipped with a new battery-powered engine.
When you look at this 1947 photo of an in-flight "life pod" it's hard to believe anyone would willingly travel in it. So why then was Sir Winston Churchill — one of the saviors of the free world at the time — traveling in this formidable looking pod?