Finally, an FAA Panel Agrees That Our eDevices Won’t Crash Planes

There’s no harm in continuing to listen to music, watch movies, read e-books and otherwise enjoy “airplane mode” activities on electronic devices during takeoff and landing, according to an advisory…

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Airplane Passengers Don’t Turn Off Their Gadgets – And Planes Aren’t Crashing

In a recent study the Airline Passenger Experience Association and the Consumer Electronics Association, as many as 30 percent of all passengers said they had accidentally left a device on during takeoff or landing. About 67 percent…

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US Military Able to Deliver a Bomb Anywhere in Less Than an Hour

DARPA has announced the second test flight of the Falcon HTV-2 aircraft.  This unmanned aircraft is designed to fly at speeds up to 13,000 mph (at least that’s what they’re…

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