NetJets, the world’s largest private jet operator, have announced that they will adding free in-flight Wi-Fi services on select midsize and large cabin aircraft starting this summer. Aircell which is the leading provider of Wi-Fi for airplanes under its GoGo name is going to beÂ providing NetJets with the service. The process of adding the technology on the company’s 250 aircraft will be completed within 24 months and will be done during regularly scheduled maintenance in order to prevent disruptions. In the future, NetJets plans to equip all light cabin aircraft with Wi-Fi capability.
Not much has been released about the new Blackjack but some details have hit the scene over the weekend. BGR writes “The last child in the BlackJack family should be dropping on AT&T in October running a full version of Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional with a 3 MP camera, 528 Mhz processor, aGPS, Wi-Fi, HSDPA, and more.”
Does the BlackBerry Bold have competition?
According to Crackberry.com, the BlackBerry Kickstart will be heading to T-Mobile exclusively for $50 bucks on a standard 2-yr contract. The BlackBerry will have features such asÂ Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE,Â “Next Gen” SureType keyboard,Â 2 Megapixel camera,Â 16-bit color LCDs,Â Internal LCD is 240Ã—320, external one is 160Ã—128,Â Wi-Fi B,G,Â 3.5mm headset jack, and the 4.6 O.S.
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