The Magical Science of Wi-Fi on Airplanes

SSurfing the internet at 35,000 feet is now something that we expect on flights. According to the 2018 Global Traveler study, 94% of global travelers feel that inflight internet would enhance their travel experience and 30% of them explicitly look for this feature when booking their flight. Currently, airlines make $17 per passenger for services

Why Sharing Your Disney+ or Netflix Password Is a Bad Idea

It can be tempting to share your various service logins with a pal, especially because they ain’t getting any cheaper. But you might think twice before handing those Netflix or Disney+ credentials over to a friend—particularly if your password and account protection protocols are lax. Earlier this month, an investigation by ZDNet found that Disney+

Best Black Friday Gaming Deals 2019: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC

PlayStation 4 Pro (1TB) with Marvel’s Spider-Man: Game of the Year Edition | $289 Google Shopping will have the PS4 Pro bundled with Marvel’s Spider-Man: Game of the Year Edition, which includes all DLC, for just $289 during Black Friday. PS4 Pro (1TB) Glacier White with $25 gift coupon | $300 A GameStop-exclusive Black Friday

These are the best Black Friday phone deals

Black Friday is almost here. The big shopping weekend actually starts on Thursday, November 28th, which is Thanksgiving in the US. If you’re in the market for a new phone, we’re cataloging the best offers you’ll be able to get from retailers. Whether you’re looking for deals on unlocked phones, or carrier deals with big

‘Delete your account’ and other quotes that defined the 2010s

The decade that was the 2010s brought us a lot to talk about in technology, with the talking itself sometimes being a story. Bold promises, snappy retorts and grudging mea culpas could become headlines on their own, especially when they spilled from the mouths of politicians and celebrity CEOs. Some were said in person and

Password data for 2.2M users of currency and gaming sites dumped online

Personal information belonging to as many as 2.2 million users of two websites — one a cryptocurrency wallet service and the other a gaming bot provider — have been posted online, according to ARS Technica. One haul includes passwords and information for as many as 1.4 million accounts from the GateHub cryptocurrency wallet service. That