Delta Starts Inflight Wi-Fi

The next time I fly, I’ll likely look Delta’s way. Why? Because the company announced today that Delta Airlines passengers will have inflight Wi-Fi across the entire fleet starting mid-2009. Other air carriers have discussed having in-flight wireless net access including American, Virgin, and JetBlue; however Delta is the first to actually come out with…

Google Android Losing Its Mojo? Not So Fast!

Garett Rogers of ZDNet posted recently that Google’s Andoid is shedding its allure with developers and therefore won’t be as attractive as an mobile application platform. In turn, Rogers argues, Android-powered phones won’t be as competitive as the newly released iPhone 3G. My reply is “wait a minute!”. Why? Mainly because Android hasn’t appeared tangibly…

TruPhone Rocks on the iPhone

Last week, I posted about TruPhone releasing an iPhone client of their very useful TruPhone VoIP service. For those unfamiliar, TruPhone offers free calls while you’re attached to a Wi-Fi network between phones running TruPhone software; much in the same way Skype-to-Skype calls are free from computer to computer. Last week, I was with someone…