Move over In-flight movies, YouTube content coming to Virgin America flights
Move over In-flight movies, YouTube content coming to Virgin America flights
                                       

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YouTube content heads into the clouds on Virgin America flights from December 15

thenextweb.com
Good news YouTube fans, video from the Google-owned streaming network will soon be hitting the giddy heights of 35,000, with the news that Virgin America flights will be carrying some of its content from December 15. But it won’t be available globally. YouTube will be landing on Virgin America’s entire...
YouTube content heads into the clouds on Virgin America flights from December 15

Meet Chefs Feed, the anti-Foodspotting

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Running a restaurant recommendation app is not necessarily as glamorous as one might think. Especially when you’ve made a conscious decision to limit your contributors to the superstars of the food world. When Jared Rivera founded Chefs Feed with his brother Steve Rivera in 2011, he was living the foodie...
Meet Chefs Feed, the anti-Foodspotting
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a bunch of nerds in a flying billboard
Virgin America CEO navigates turbulent skies

Gogo promises faster in-flight Wi-Fi in 2013

www.techhive.com
The battle between satellite systems and ground-to-air cell tower technology is heating up, and frequent fliers stand to benefit from faster speeds. In-flight wireless provider Gogo is stepping up its game with ATG-4 tech (that's air-to-ground) on 25 aircraft across three airlines, Delta, US Airways, and Virgin America. ATG-4...
Gogo promises faster in-flight Wi-Fi in 2013

Engadget tours Gogo's flying test plane, tries its improved ATG-4 in-flight WiFi (hands-on)

www.engadget.com
Gogo's test plane isn't your typical jet: it seats just nine passengers, and there's no bathroom; just a closet in the back stacked with networking gear. The company, easily the biggest name in in-flight WiFi, uses the aircraft as a flying lab, where it can test everything from throughput...
Engadget tours Gogo's flying test plane, tries its improved ATG-4 in-flight WiFi (hands-on)

Virgin America: Why an Airline That Travelers Love Is Failing

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Virgin America: Why an Airline That Travelers Love Is Failing: Brad Tuttle for Time on the failing of Virgin America (by far my favorite airline): So who is to blame if an airline that's comfortable and treats passengers well fails, while a carrier that annoys and nickel-and-dimes customers at every...
Virgin America: Why an Airline That Travelers Love Is Failing
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Facebook experimenting with Pages feed to curate all the updates in one area

thenextweb.com
Facebook is experimenting with its Pages feature and creating a separate feed for those that you like, consolidating all of the news into a single stream. As reported by Inside Facebook, the social network has been regularly adjusting its algorithm to assess what content to share with users in their...
Facebook experimenting with Pages feed to curate all the updates in one area
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?