This really comes as no surprise to me. Virgin Air seems to be beyond the cutting edge when it comes to travel and comfort, and really have been paving the way for a new era in air travel. Following in Emirates Airlines, Virgin Atlantic has now added a service that will allow flyers to use their cellular phone during the flight. Right now it’s only limited to 6 passengers at a time, but it’s still a wonderful idea.
The calls are only to be made during “exceptional situations” as the airlines still want flights to be as comfortable as possible, and no one wants someone jabbering in their ear all way from London to New York. Hopefully Virgin America implements this service too, as right now only the Europe arm of the company will have this available.
Looks like the Las Vegas PD is having a little too much fun with Mayweather’s 3-month stay at their jail. They even went as far as snapping a photo of the jail cell he will be staying in. If you’ve been up to date on things then you know Mayweather is serving 3-months for domestic violence in Las Vegas. Looks like it’s going to be tough adjusting from lavish mansions to this little room.
AT&T has decided to drop their attempt in acquiring T-Mobile USA as part of their own. This is what AT&T had to say about the drop and the FFC.
“The actions by the Federal Communications Commission and the Department of Justice to block this transaction do not change the realities of the U.S. wireless industry. It is one of the most fiercely competitive industries in the world, with a mounting need for more spectrum that has not diminished and must be addressed immediately. The AT&T and T-Mobile USA combination would have offered an interim solution to this spectrum shortage. In the absence of such steps, customers will be harmed and needed investment will be stifled.”