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MEXICO-SLIM/
RTX2GGYB
June 15, 2016
Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim gives a speech as he launches a free online platform for education with free...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim gives a speech as he launches a free online platform for education with free...
Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim gives a speech as he launches a free online platform for education with free access to mobile WiFi connections to the Internet on his Infinitum service during a news conference at Soumaya museum in Mexico City, Mexico, June 15, 2016. REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-SLIM/
RTX2GGYA
June 15, 2016
Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim gives a speech as he launches a free online platform for education with free...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim gives a speech as he launches a free online platform for education with free...
Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim gives a speech as he launches a free online platform for education with free access to mobile WiFi connections to the Internet on his Infinitum service during a news conference at Soumaya museum in Mexico City, Mexico, June 15, 2016. REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-SLIM/
RTX2GGVL
June 15, 2016
Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim gives a speech as he launches a free online platform for education with free...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim gives a speech as he launches a free online platform for education with free...
Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim gives a speech as he launches a free online platform for education with free access to mobile WiFi connections to the Internet on his Infinitum servce during a news conference at Soumaya museum in Mexico City, Mexico, June 15, 2016. REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-SLIM/
RTX2GGUI
June 15, 2016
Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim gives a speech as he launch a free online platform for education with free...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim gives a speech as he launch a free online platform for education with free...
Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim gives a speech as he launch a free online platform for education with free access to mobile WiFi connections to the Internet on his Infinitum servce during a news conference at Soumaya museum in Mexico City, Mexico, June 15, 2016. REUTERS/Henry Romero
ICELAND-ECONOMY/
RTX2FYB5
June 13, 2016
Thor Bachmann, of green tech start-up Icewind, poses for a picture at a bus stop in front of the Harpa...
REYKJAAVIK, Iceland
Bachmann, of green tech start-up Icewind, poses for a picture at a bus stop in front of the Harpa concert...
Thor Bachmann, of green tech start-up Icewind, poses for a picture at a bus stop in front of the Harpa concert Hall, where Icewind’s prototype wind turbine provides wifi to people waiting for the bus, in Reykjavik, Iceland, May 23, 2016. To match Insight ICELAND-ECONOMY/ REUTERS/Gwladys Fouche
GERMANY-TELECOMMUNICATIONS/
RTX2FH6S
June 03, 2016
People use their mobile devices at a WiFi-cafe of the Hannover Fair in Hanover, Germany, April 25, 2016....
Hanover, Germany
People use their mobile devices at a WLAN-cafe of the Hannover Fair in Hanover
People use their mobile devices at a WiFi-cafe of the Hannover Fair in Hanover, Germany, April 25, 2016. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
HONGKONG-CATHAY/
RTX2EWOP
May 31, 2016
A flight attendant poses with an in-flight WiFi instruction inside a new Cathay Pacific Airways Airbus...
Hong Kong, China
Flight attendant poses with wifi instruction inside a new Cathay Pacific Airways Airbus A350 after being...
A flight attendant poses with an in-flight WiFi instruction inside a new Cathay Pacific Airways Airbus A350 after being received by the airline at Hong Kong Airport May 30, 2016. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
HONGKONG-CATHAY/
RTX2EWOK
May 31, 2016
A flight attendant poses with an in-flight WiFi instruction inside a new Cathay Pacific Airways Airbus...
Hong Kong, China
Flight attendant poses with wifi instruction inside a new Cathay Pacific Airways Airbus A350 after being...
A flight attendant poses with an in-flight WiFi instruction inside a new Cathay Pacific Airways Airbus A350 after being received by the airline at Hong Kong Airport May 30, 2016. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
ECUADOR-QUAKE/
RTX2BDB2
April 23, 2016
Residents use the internet via the free wifi and charge their mobile phone batteries along a sidewalk...
Pedernales, Ecuador
Residents use the internet via the free wifi and charge their mobile phone batteries along a sidewalk...
Residents use the internet via the free wifi and charge their mobile phone batteries along a sidewalk in Pedernales, after an earthquake struck off Ecuador's Pacific coast, April 23, 2016. REUTERS/Henry Romero
AIRLINES-WIFI/SATELLITE C
RTX29KJU
April 12, 2016
AIRLINES-WIFI/SATELLITE - U.S. vs. world progress on Wi-Fi on passenger jet fleets and long-haul routes....
AIRLINES-WIFI/SATELLITE C
AIRLINES-WIFI/SATELLITE - U.S. vs. world progress on Wi-Fi on passenger jet fleets and long-haul routes. (SIN05)
AIRLINES-WIFI/SATELLITE
RTX29JCM
April 12, 2016
A satellite antenna is seen on the roof of the Norwegian Airways Boeing 737-800 at Berlin Schoenefeld...
Berlin, Germany
A satellite antenna is seen on the roof of the Norwegian Airways Boeing 737-800 at Berlin Schoenefeld...
A satellite antenna is seen on the roof of the Norwegian Airways Boeing 737-800 at Berlin Schoenefeld Airport, Germany, in this April 2, 2015 file picture. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski/Files
AIRLINES-WIFI/SATELLITE
RTX29JCK
April 12, 2016
A man uses his laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man uses his laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special...
A man uses his laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special JetBlue media flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York in this December 11, 2013 file picture. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files
CUBA-DAYLIFE/
RTSB9LF
March 20, 2016
People sit near a Wi-Fi hotspot in a square at Havana, Cuba March 19, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
Havana, Cuba
People sit near a Wi-Fi hotspot in a square at Havana
People sit near a Wi-Fi hotspot in a square at Havana, Cuba March 19, 2016. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
GERMANY-CITYVIEW/
RTS9434
March 03, 2016
The logo of a WiFi hotspot of German telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom AG is seen in the city...
Koblenz, Germany
The logo of a WiFi hotspot of German telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom AG is seen in the city...
The logo of a WiFi hotspot of German telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom AG is seen in the city centre of the western German city of Koblenz, March 1, 2016. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
GERMANY-CITYVIEW/
RTS942T
March 03, 2016
The logo of a WiFi hotspot of German telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom AG is seen in the city...
Koblenz, Germany
The logo of a WiFi hotspot of German telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom AG is seen in the city...
The logo of a WiFi hotspot of German telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom AG is seen in the city centre of the western German city of Koblenz, March 1, 2016. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
TECH-CES/
RTX21205
January 05, 2016
A smartphone receives real-time information on air quality from an Airmega air purifier from Coway during...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
A smartphone receives real-time information on air quality from an Airmega air purifier from Coway during...
A smartphone receives real-time information on air quality from an Airmega air purifier from Coway during "CES Unveiled," a preview event of the 2016 International CES trade show, in Las Vegas, Nevada January 4, 2016. The WiFi-enabled, smart air purifiers from South Korea range in price from $749.00-$849.00 depending on the size. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
TECH-CES/
RTX211ZN
January 05, 2016
A Withings' Thermo, a smart temporal thermometer, is displayed during "CES Unveiled," a preview event...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
A Withings' Thermo, a smart temporal thermometer, is displayed during "CES Unveiled," a preview event...
A Withings' Thermo, a smart temporal thermometer, is displayed during "CES Unveiled," a preview event of the 2016 International CES trade show, in Las Vegas, Nevada January 4, 2016. The $99.00 has a 16-sensor array for accuracy and is WiFi-enabled. It is expected to be available in the end of the first quarter in 2016, a representative said. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
TECH-CES/
RTX211Z7
January 05, 2016
The Triby by Inoxia, a WiFi and Bluetooth-enabled device for the kitchen, is displayed during "CES Unveiled,"...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
The Triby by Inoxia, a WiFi and Bluetooth-enabled device for the kitchen, is displayed during "CES Unveiled,"...
The Triby by Inoxia, a WiFi and Bluetooth-enabled device for the kitchen, is displayed during "CES Unveiled," a preview event of the 2016 International CES trade show, in Las Vegas, Nevada January 4, 2016. The $199.00 device has an Internet phone, a speaker for music, and a connected message board. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
MEXICO-SURVEILLANCE/
RTS45CU
October 12, 2015
People use their cell phones at a wifi zone in Mexico City, October 8, 2015. Government surveillance...
Mexico City, Mexico
People use their cell phones at wifi zone in Mexico City
People use their cell phones at a wifi zone in Mexico City, October 8, 2015. Government surveillance requests are gathering pace in Mexico, raising concerns about lack of oversight in a country plagued by corruption and collusion between security forces and criminal gangs. Last year, Mexican mobile operators fielded more than 55,000 requests from authorities for information on citizens' calls, messages, and location data, nearly 25 percent higher than in 2013, according to industry figures obtained by Reuters. Picture taken October 8, 2015. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-SURVEILLANCE/
RTS45CG
October 12, 2015
A wifi zone is seen in Mexico City, October 8, 2015. Government surveillance requests are gathering pace...
Mexico City, Mexico
A wifi zone is seen in Mexico City
A wifi zone is seen in Mexico City, October 8, 2015. Government surveillance requests are gathering pace in Mexico, raising concerns about lack of oversight in a country plagued by corruption and collusion between security forces and criminal gangs. Last year, Mexican mobile operators fielded more than 55,000 requests from authorities for information on citizens' calls, messages, and location data, nearly 25 percent higher than in 2013, according to industry figures obtained by Reuters. Picture taken October 8, 2015. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
CUBA-INTERNET/
RTX1S1XK
September 23, 2015
Young people use the internet at a Wi-Fi hotspot in Havana, September 22, 2015. Cuba's new Wi-Fi hotspots...
Havana, Cuba
Young people use the internet at a Wi-Fi hotspot in Havana
Young people use the internet at a Wi-Fi hotspot in Havana, September 22, 2015. Cuba's new Wi-Fi hotspots - 35 nationwide since July with more promised soon - are a sensation in a highly-controlled country with one of the world's lowest Internet penetrations. Picture taken September 22, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
POPE-CUBA/
RTS22K8
September 21, 2015
A man uses his mobile device outside a hotel in Holguin, Cuba September 20, 2015. Pope Francis met Cuba's...
Holguin, Cuba
A man uses his mobile device outside a hotel in Holguin
A man uses his mobile device outside a hotel in Holguin, Cuba September 20, 2015. Pope Francis met Cuba's revolutionary leader Fidel Castro on Sunday hours after warning Cubans to beware the dangers of ideology and the lure of selfishness as their country enters a new era of closer ties with the United States. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
POPE-CUBA/
RTS22K7
September 21, 2015
Youths use the internet via their mobile devices, with the aid of wi-fi from a nearby hotel, in Holguin,...
Holguin, Cuba
Youths use the internet via their mobile devices, with the aid of wi-fi from a nearby hotel, in Holguin...
Youths use the internet via their mobile devices, with the aid of wi-fi from a nearby hotel, in Holguin, Cuba September 20, 2015. Pope Francis met Cuba's revolutionary leader Fidel Castro on Sunday hours after warning Cubans to beware the dangers of ideology and the lure of selfishness as their country enters a new era of closer ties with the United States. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
SINGAPORE-TECHNOLOGY/
RTX1NZE7
August 12, 2015
A NUSwan (New Smart Water Assessment Network) autonomous watercraft disguised as a swan monitors water...
Singapore, Singapore
A robot swan monitors water quality at a reservoir in Singapore
A NUSwan (New Smart Water Assessment Network) autonomous watercraft disguised as a swan monitors water quality at a reservoir in Singapore August 12, 2015. The robot swans, developed by a team of researchers from the National University of Singapore's Environmental Research Institute, blend into the environment, using GPS to navigate their way in a water body to test water quality and watch for pollutants and contaminants. They transfer real time date through WiFi-network in range and return to shore autonomously to recharge batteries. Singapore currently imports about 62 percent of its water supply from Malaysia in a bilateral agreement that will expire in 2061. The remaining supply for the city-state of 5.4 million people are met through rainwater collection, desalination and water reclamation. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SINGAPORE-TECHNOLOGY/
RTX1NZCU
August 12, 2015
A researcher retrieves a NUSwan (New Smart Water Assessment Network) autonomous watercraft that is disguised...
Singapore, Singapore
A researcher retrieves a NUSwan autonomous watercraft that is disguised as a swan to monitor water quality...
A researcher retrieves a NUSwan (New Smart Water Assessment Network) autonomous watercraft that is disguised as a swan to monitor water quality at a reservoir in Singapore August 12, 2015. The robot swans, developed by a team of researchers from the National University of Singapore's Environmental Research Institute, blend into the environment, using GPS to navigate their way in a water body to test water quality and watch for pollutants and contaminants. They transfer real time date through WiFi-network in range and return to shore autonomously to recharge batteries. Singapore currently imports about 62 percent of its water supply from Malaysia in a bilateral agreement that will expire in 2061. The remaining supply for the city-state of 5.4 million people are met through rainwater collection, desalination and water reclamation. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SINGAPORE-TECHNOLOGY/
RTX1NZCS
August 12, 2015
A NUSwan (New Smart Water Assessment Network) autonomous watercraft disguised as a swan monitors water...
Singapore, Singapore
A robot swan monitors water quality at a reservoir in Singapore
A NUSwan (New Smart Water Assessment Network) autonomous watercraft disguised as a swan monitors water quality at a reservoir in Singapore August 12, 2015. The robot swans, developed by a team of researchers from the National University of Singapore's Environmental Research Institute, blend into the environment, using GPS to navigate their way in a water body to test water quality and watch for pollutants and contaminants. They transfer real time date through WiFi-network in range and return to shore autonomously to recharge batteries. Singapore currently imports about 62 percent of its water supply from Malaysia in a bilateral agreement that will expire in 2061. The remaining supply for the city-state of 5.4 million people are met through rainwater collection, desalination and water reclamation. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SINGAPORE-TECHNOLOGY/
RTX1NZCQ
August 12, 2015
Two NUSwan (New Smart Water Assessment Network) autonomous watercraft disguised as swans monitor water...
Singapore, Singapore
Two robot swans monitor water quality at a reservoir in Singapore
Two NUSwan (New Smart Water Assessment Network) autonomous watercraft disguised as swans monitor water quality at a reservoir in Singapore August 12, 2015. The robot swans, developed by a team of researchers from the National University of Singapore's Environmental Research Institute, blend into the environment, using GPS to navigate their way in a water body to test water quality and watch for pollutants and contaminants. They transfer real time date through WiFi-network in range and return to shore autonomously to recharge batteries. Singapore currently imports about 62 percent of its water supply from Malaysia in a bilateral agreement that will expire in 2061. The remaining supply for the city-state of 5.4 million people are met through rainwater collection, desalination and water reclamation. REUTERS/Edgar Su
USA-BUSINESS/
RTR4K1TS
January 05, 2015
Corina Standiford of Narrative models the Narrative Clip wearable camera (white box on shirt) at the...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Standiford of Narrative models the Narrative Clip wearable camera at the International Consumer Electronics...
Corina Standiford of Narrative models the Narrative Clip wearable camera (white box on shirt) at the International Consumer Electronics show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 4, 2015. The device uses WiFi and Bluetooth to upload its stored photos. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
AUSTRIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4C6OR
October 30, 2014
An employeer of German startup Panono displays a 360 degrees camera during the Pioneers festival in Vienna...
Vienna, Austria
An employeer of German startup Panono displays a 360 degrees camera during the Pioneers festival in Vienna...
An employeer of German startup Panono displays a 360 degrees camera during the Pioneers festival in Vienna October 30, 2014. The Panono camera creates a 360 x 360 degree panorama with resolution of 108 megapixels in one shot and can be sent it via WiFi on a mobile device. The camera is expected to be available in spring 2015 for approximately 599 Euros. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4C6OM
October 30, 2014
An employeer of German startup Panono displays a 360 degrees camera during the Pioneers festival in Vienna...
Vienna, Austria
An employeer of German startup Panono displays a 360 degrees camera during the Pioneers festival in Vienna...
An employeer of German startup Panono displays a 360 degrees camera during the Pioneers festival in Vienna October 30, 2014. The Panono camera creates a 360 x 360 degree panorama with resolution of 108 megapixels in one shot and can be sent it via WiFi on a mobile device. The camera is expected to be available in spring 2015 for approximately 599 Euros. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
CYBERSECURITY-HACKERS/AIRPLANES
RTR415LD
August 04, 2014
Cybersecurity researcher Ruben Santamarta poses for a photo near Madrid, July 30, 2014. Santamarta says...
COSLADA, Spain
Cybersecurity researcher Ruben Santamarta poses for a photo near Madrid
Cybersecurity researcher Ruben Santamarta poses for a photo near Madrid, July 30, 2014. Santamarta says he has figured out how to hack the satellite communications equipment on passenger jets through their WiFi and inflight entertainment systems - a claim that, if confirmed, could prompt a review of aircraft security. Santamarta, a consultant with cybersecurity firm IOActive, is scheduled to lay out the technical details of his research at this week's Black Hat hacking conference in Las Vegas, an annual convention where thousands of hackers and security experts meet to discuss emerging cyber threats and improve security measures. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
CYBERSECURITY-HACKERS/AIRPLANES
RTR415LC
August 04, 2014
Cybersecurity researcher Ruben Santamarta poses for a photo near Madrid, July 30, 2014. Santamarta says...
COSLADA, Spain
Cybersecurity researcher Ruben Santamarta poses for a photo near Madrid
Cybersecurity researcher Ruben Santamarta poses for a photo near Madrid, July 30, 2014. Santamarta says he has figured out how to hack the satellite communications equipment on passenger jets through their WiFi and inflight entertainment systems - a claim that, if confirmed, could prompt a review of aircraft security. Santamarta, a consultant with cybersecurity firm IOActive, is scheduled to lay out the technical details of his research at this week's Black Hat hacking conference in Las Vegas, an annual convention where thousands of hackers and security experts meet to discuss emerging cyber threats and improve security measures. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
CYBERSECURITY-HACKERS/AIRPLANES
RTR415L8
August 04, 2014
Cybersecurity researcher Ruben Santamarta poses for a photo near Madrid, July 30, 2014. Santamarta says...
COSLADA, Spain
Cybersecurity researcher Ruben Santamarta poses for a photo near Madrid
Cybersecurity researcher Ruben Santamarta poses for a photo near Madrid, July 30, 2014. Santamarta says he has figured out how to hack the satellite communications equipment on passenger jets through their WiFi and inflight entertainment systems - a claim that, if confirmed, could prompt a review of aircraft security. Santamarta, a consultant with cybersecurity firm IOActive, is scheduled to lay out the technical details of his research at this week's Black Hat hacking conference in Las Vegas, an annual convention where thousands of hackers and security experts meet to discuss emerging cyber threats and improve security measures. Picture taken July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L535
April 14, 2014
People use their smart devices on an American Airlines airplane, which is equipped with Gogo Inflight...
Miami, UNITED STATES
People use their smart devices on an American Airlines airplane, which is equipped with Gogo Inflight...
People use their smart devices on an American Airlines airplane, which is equipped with Gogo Inflight Internet service, enroute from Miami to New York December 10, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 10, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L533
April 14, 2014
A man uses his laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man uses his laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special...
A man uses his laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special JetBlue media flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52Z
April 14, 2014
A passenger uses a wireless tablet on an American Airlines airplane, which is equipped with Gogo Inflight...
Miami, UNITED STATES
A passenger uses a wireless tablet on an American Airlines airplane, which is equipped with Gogo Inflight...
A passenger uses a wireless tablet on an American Airlines airplane, which is equipped with Gogo Inflight Internet service, enroute from Miami to New York December 10, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 10, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52Y
April 14, 2014
People use their smart devices on an American Airlines airplane, which is equipped with Gogo Inflight...
Miami, UNITED STATES
People use their smart devices on an American Airlines airplane, which is equipped with Gogo Inflight...
People use their smart devices on an American Airlines airplane, which is equipped with Gogo Inflight Internet service, enroute from Miami to New York December 10, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 10, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52W
April 14, 2014
Journalists use their computers to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while...
New York, UNITED STATES
Journalists use their computers to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while...
Journalists use their computers to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special JetBlue media flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL MEDIA)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52U
April 14, 2014
An airport worker leads JetBlue planes onto the tarmac of the John F. Kennedy International Airport in...
New York, UNITED STATES
An airport worker leads JetBlue planes onto the tarmac of the John F. Kennedy International Airport in...
An airport worker leads JetBlue planes onto the tarmac of the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52T
April 14, 2014
A pamphlet displaying details of JetBlue's high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi sits in...
New York, UNITED STATES
A pamphlet displaying details of JetBlue's high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi sits in...
A pamphlet displaying details of JetBlue's high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi sits in a pouch on a special JetBlue media flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52Q
April 14, 2014
A JetBlue Airbus A320-200 plane with a New York Fire Department logo painted on its side stands on the...
New York, UNITED STATES
A JetBlue Airbus A320-200 plane with a New York Fire Department logo painted on its side stands on the...
A JetBlue Airbus A320-200 plane with a New York Fire Department logo painted on its side stands on the tarmac of the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52P
April 14, 2014
A JetBlue plane is pictured on the tarmac of the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December...
New York, UNITED STATES
A JetBlue plane is pictured on the tarmac of the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York
A JetBlue plane is pictured on the tarmac of the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52O
April 14, 2014
A pamphlet displaying details of JetBlue's high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi sits in...
New York, UNITED STATES
A pamphlet displaying details of JetBlue's high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi sits in...
A pamphlet displaying details of JetBlue's high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi sits in a pouch on a special JetBlue media flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52L
April 14, 2014
A man downloads the movie "North by Northwest" to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man downloads the movie "North by Northwest" to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named...
A man downloads the movie "North by Northwest" to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special JetBlue media flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL ENTERTAINMENT)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52J
April 14, 2014
A woman uses her laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special...
New York, UNITED STATES
A woman uses her laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special...
A woman uses her laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special JetBlue media flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52F
April 14, 2014
A woman uses her computer to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a...
New York, UNITED STATES
A woman uses her computer to test a new high speed inflight internet service named Fli-Fi while on a...
A woman uses her computer to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special JetBlue media flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52E
April 14, 2014
Two men use their mobile phones to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while...
New York, UNITED STATES
Two men use their mobile phones to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while...
Two men use their mobile phones to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special JetBlue media flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52D
April 14, 2014
A man uses his laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man uses his laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special...
A man uses his laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special JetBlue media flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52C
April 14, 2014
A man uses his mobile phone and laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man uses his mobile phone and laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi...
A man uses his mobile phone and laptop to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special JetBlue media flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L52B
April 14, 2014
A woman uses her iPad to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special...
New York, UNITED STATES
A woman uses her iPad to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special...
A woman uses her iPad to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special JetBlue media flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL)
AIRLINES-WIFI/
RTR3L529
April 14, 2014
A woman uses her mobile phone to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on...
New York, UNITED STATES
A woman uses her mobile phone to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on...
A woman uses her mobile phone to test a new high speed inflight Internet service named Fli-Fi while on a special JetBlue media flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. Wi-Fi in the sky is taking off, promising much better connections for travelers and a bonanza for the companies that sell the systems. With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground - and at lower cost. Picture taken December 11, 2013. To match Analysis AIRLINES-WIFI/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS TRAVEL)
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Haiti Manufactures Own Android Tablet - 17 Mar 2014
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HAITI-TABLET/
RTR3HABA
March 16, 2014
New Android-based tablets assembled from imported components are charged at the Surtab factory in the...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
New Android-based tablets assembled from imported components are charged at the Surtab factory in Port-au-Prince...
New Android-based tablets assembled from imported components are charged at the Surtab factory in the Sonapi Industrial Park of Port-au-Prince March 11, 2014. Sandwiched between textile factories in a Port-au-Prince industrial park next to a slum, the Haitian-founded company has begun manufacturing the low-cost tablet called Surtab, a name closely resembling the Haitian Creole for "on the table". With $200,000 in start-up funds from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and using imported Asian components, the factory produces three models all with 7-inch (18-cm) screens that run on Google Inc's Android operation system. They range from a simple wifi tablet with 512 megabytes of RAM for about $100, to a 3G model with 2-gigabytes of memory for $285. The small factory with 40 employees is a throwback to the 1970s and 1980s when Haiti had a thriving assembly industry, including computer boards, as well as baseballs for U.S. professional teams. To match story HAITI-TABLET/ Picture taken March 11, 2014. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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March 16, 2014
Haitian artist Richard Josue uses a Surtab tablet, an Android-based tablet assembled in Haiti from imported...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Haitian artist Richard Josue uses a Surtab tablet, an Android-based tablet assembled in Haiti from imported...
Haitian artist Richard Josue uses a Surtab tablet, an Android-based tablet assembled in Haiti from imported components, along a sidewalk in Port-au-Prince March 13, 2014. Sandwiched between textile factories in a Port-au-Prince industrial park next to a slum, the Haitian-founded company has begun manufacturing the low-cost tablet called Surtab, a name closely resembling the Haitian Creole for "on the table". With $200,000 in start-up funds from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and using imported Asian components, the factory produces three models all with 7-inch (18-cm) screens that run on Google Inc's Android operation system. They range from a simple wifi tablet with 512 megabytes of RAM for about $100, to a 3G model with 2-gigabytes of memory for $285. The small factory with 40 employees is a throwback to the 1970s and 1980s when Haiti had a thriving assembly industry, including computer boards, as well as baseballs for U.S. professional teams. To match story HAITI-TABLET/ Picture taken March 13, 2014. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
HAITI-TABLET/
RTR3HAAS
March 16, 2014
A worker assembles Android-based tablets from imported components at the Surtab factory in the Sonapi...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
A worker assembles Android-based tablets from imported components at the Surtab factory in Port-au-Prince...
A worker assembles Android-based tablets from imported components at the Surtab factory in the Sonapi Industrial Park of Port-au-Prince March 11, 2014. Sandwiched between textile factories in a Port-au-Prince industrial park next to a slum, the Haitian-founded company has begun manufacturing the low-cost tablet called Surtab, a name closely resembling the Haitian Creole for "on the table". With $200,000 in start-up funds from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and using imported Asian components, the factory produces three models all with 7-inch (18-cm) screens that run on Google Inc's Android operation system. They range from a simple wifi tablet with 512 megabytes of RAM for about $100, to a 3G model with 2-gigabytes of memory for $285. The small factory with 40 employees is a throwback to the 1970s and 1980s when Haiti had a thriving assembly industry, including computer boards, as well as baseballs for U.S. professional teams. To match story HAITI-TABLET/ Picture taken March 11, 2014. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
HAITI-TABLET/
RTR3HAAI
March 16, 2014
A worker assembles Android-based tablets from imported components at the Surtab factory in the Sonapi...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
A worker assembles Android-based tablets from imported components at the Surtab factory in Port-au-Prince...
A worker assembles Android-based tablets from imported components at the Surtab factory in the Sonapi Industrial Park of Port-au-Prince March 11, 2014. Sandwiched between textile factories in a Port-au-Prince industrial park next to a slum, the Haitian-founded company has begun manufacturing the low-cost tablet called Surtab, a name closely resembling the Haitian Creole for "on the table". With $200,000 in start-up funds from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and using imported Asian components, the factory produces three models all with 7-inch (18-cm) screens that run on Google Inc's Android operation system. They range from a simple wifi tablet with 512 megabytes of RAM for about $100, to a 3G model with 2-gigabytes of memory for $285. The small factory with 40 employees is a throwback to the 1970s and 1980s when Haiti had a thriving assembly industry, including computer boards, as well as baseballs for U.S. professional teams. To match story HAITI-TABLET/ Picture taken March 11, 2014. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
HAITI-TABLET/
RTR3HAA9
March 16, 2014
Workers assemble Android-based tablets from imported components at the Surtab factory in the Sonapi Industrial...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Workers assemble Android-based tablets from imported components at the Surtab factory in Port-au-Prince...
Workers assemble Android-based tablets from imported components at the Surtab factory in the Sonapi Industrial Park of Port-au-Prince March 11, 2014. Sandwiched between textile factories in a Port-au-Prince industrial park next to a slum, the Haitian-founded company has begun manufacturing the low-cost tablet called Surtab, a name closely resembling the Haitian Creole for "on the table". With $200,000 in start-up funds from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and using imported Asian components, the factory produces three models all with 7-inch (18-cm) screens that run on Google Inc's Android operation system. They range from a simple wifi tablet with 512 megabytes of RAM for about $100, to a 3G model with 2-gigabytes of memory for $285. The small factory with 40 employees is a throwback to the 1970s and 1980s when Haiti had a thriving assembly industry, including computer boards, as well as baseballs for U.S. professional teams. To match story HAITI-TABLET/ Picture taken March 11, 2014. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
HAITI-TABLET/
RTR3HAA5
March 16, 2014
Workers assemble Android-based tablets from imported components at the Surtab factory in the Sonapi Industrial...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Workers assemble Android-based tablets from imported components at the Surtab factory in Port-au-Prince...
Workers assemble Android-based tablets from imported components at the Surtab factory in the Sonapi Industrial Park of Port-au-Prince March 11, 2014. Sandwiched between textile factories in a Port-au-Prince industrial park next to a slum, the Haitian-founded company has begun manufacturing the low-cost tablet called Surtab, a name closely resembling the Haitian Creole for "on the table". With $200,000 in start-up funds from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and using imported Asian components, the factory produces three models all with 7-inch (18-cm) screens that run on Google Inc's Android operation system. They range from a simple wifi tablet with 512 megabytes of RAM for about $100, to a 3G model with 2-gigabytes of memory for $285. The small factory with 40 employees is a throwback to the 1970s and 1980s when Haiti had a thriving assembly industry, including computer boards, as well as baseballs for U.S. professional teams. To match story HAITI-TABLET/ Picture taken March 11, 2014. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
PHILIPPINES/
RTX16OBC
December 19, 2013
Survivors of super typhoon Haiyan use free internet connection and charge their mobile phone batteries...
Tacloban, Philippines
Survivors of super typhoon Haiyan use free internet connection and charge their mobile phone batteries...
Survivors of super typhoon Haiyan use free internet connection and charge their mobile phone batteries for free at a booth operated by Leyte Electric Cooperative along a main street of Tacloban city, central Philippines December 19, 2013. Super typhoon Haiyan reduced almost everything in its path to rubble when it swept ashore in the central Philippines on November 8, killing at least 6,069 people, leaving 1,779 missing and 4 million either homeless or with damaged homes. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY)
AIRLINES-WIFI
RTX16FVB
December 12, 2013
A screen displays the Instagram logo during a presentation by co-founder Kevin Systrom as he announces...
New York, UNITED STATES
A screen displays the Instagram logo during a presentation by co-founder Kevin Systrom as he announces...
A screen displays the Instagram logo during a presentation by co-founder Kevin Systrom as he announces the launch of a new direct image messaging service named Instagram Direct in New York December 12, 2013. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
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