The Atlanta-based carrier will trial free Wi-Fi on 55 domestic flights each day.
Belgian researchers have identified a vulnerability in the way most of us connect wirelessly to the internet. The weakness even has a name: Krack. If exploited (and luckily that has not yet happened, as far as anyone can tell), information like our credit cards, passwords, basically anything we type is at risk for being seen […]
Complaints about connectivity in public spaces isn't hurting the providers.