British Airways to offer wi-fi on short-haul flights

British Airways will offer wi-fi internet access on short-haul flights from 2017, owner IAG says.
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Following an emergency decision to move to Amazon Web Services, Iceland’s Wow Air has wholeheartedly bought into the cloud
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Many people are unsure about what machine learning is, but the chances are they are using it every day.
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On April 22, the spacecraft made its closest approach to Titan at a speed of about 13,000 miles per hour, marking the beginning of its 'Grand Finale.'
A quarter of victims had their NI number compromised and 18% saw their biometric identifiers compromised, but most people trust healthcare providers with their data
According to a new video from the American Chemical Society’s ‘Reactions,’ the strange pockmarks are the result of lead soap created by the paintings themselves, which forms over time.
Researchers say the experiment shows how ‘fragile’ current approaches are, as the exploit relies on barely perceptible ‘noise’ to remove only a particular group from the image.
The new Watson Financial Services product will analyze emails, chats and trading data for suspicious activity. IBM says that the tool is being piloted with fewer than 10 financial industry clients.
Combining measurements from Cassini, two Voyager spacecraft, and the Interstellar Boundary Explorer, researchers found that our solar system may be enveloped by a spherical sheath.
Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8 plus have wraparound screens and a near all-glass bodies, but testing has revealed the handsets are 'extremely susceptible to cracking when dropped from any angle'.
Brown researchers say Northeast Syrtis Major is home to a striking mineral diversity, and experts say it 'includes deposits that indicate a variety of past environments that could have hosted life'
They're some of the most sought after women in the world. But instead of going after bad boy rockers these desirable women are after billionaire tech genius boyfriends like Elon Musk (pictured).
Researchers at Valparaiso University are testing amino acids under extreme conditions to mimic environments on other planets to see what types could lead to extraterrestrial life.
Nearly half of an airline's revenue derives from those flying first-and business-class – and firms are searching for futuristic designs to ensure the one percent travels in style and comfort.
Combining measurements from Cassini, two Voyager spacecraft, and the Interstellar Boundary Explorer, researchers found that our solar system may be enveloped by a spherical sheath.
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Disney Research has developed a projection system that can track the actor's facial movements and change expressions so that the face can be painted with light, rather than physical makeup.
Instagram has crashed for thousands of users in the US and UK around 1PM ET. The firm has yet to reveal the issue behind the glitch, but has announced that the problem has been fixed.
A new observation reveals a look at the landing platform that plunked down into the Eagle Crater back in 2004, along with the nearby parachute and backshell the rover left behind.
A caterpillar that munches on plastic bags could hold the key to tackling plastic waste, say scientists.
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The site was investigated by archaeologists from Wessex Archaeology, who were the first people in the world to have the chance to examine such a vast WWI training ground.
Google has developed new technology that reinvents the copy/paste feature. Called ‘Copyless Paste’, it learns what users are most likely to copy, so they only have to paste the text.
Report claims Apple boss Tim Cook personally intervened to stop ride sharing firm.
Russia is planning to commission new Shtorm class carriers, also known as Project 23E000E, for 2030, with state media saying the new craft will be the 'biggest in the world'.
These are the fascinating blueprints showing many of the space ships and set designs from the Star Wars and the Star Trek movie franchises which could possibly make $50,000 at auction.
Scientists from the Smithsonian Institution's Ant Lab in Washington DC named the species of Amazonian 'silky' ant Sericomyrmex radioheadi in honour of the group's conservation work.
According to John McAfee, AI is a ‘self-conscious entity’ that is inherently self-interested, giving rise to conflict with the human species. And, its goal would be to destroy the creator.
Nocturnal dung beetles rely on the difference in brightness between different parts of the Milky Way across the night sky to work out which way to go, researchers at Lund University have found.
Researchers from the Polytechnic University of Marche in Italy have discovered a new species of thread-like bacteria called Venus's hair that can survive underwater without food.

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