FAA may change in-flight gadget rules Video
FAA may change in-flight gadget rules Video Transcript
You may continue using your electronic devices but. Please be sure your -- to securely -- I'm Bridget -- this -- -- CNET. -- maybe it's time we you don't have to turn off your phone or tablet before flight takes -- the Federal Aviation Administration has formed a committee to reconsider its policy only electronics can be turned on during the flight. Now this doesn't include allowing calls from cell phones during flights so no worries about -- -- neighbors. This group will look into what technology truly could interfere with communication instruments and perhaps. Future electronics could have some new certification standard that marks its -- for eastern flight. Android users could experience an unexpected perk from the Apple -- trial since -- Android operating system versions were found to infringe on Apple's patents. That means injury -- could be motivated to quickly update to the newest operating system. To avoid future legal troubles. That means phones with 2.3 gingerbread could jump to four point oh Ice Cream Sandwich -- -- jelly -- one of the biggest complaints for -- users. Let me just have to wait for -- to get an operating system update. The market is so fragmented it's in many carriers and models that went -- is created. From phone can get that update right away. Tech blogs like 95 Google had proposed this could be a cool consequence of that trial so. Keep an eye out for those notification bars. My boxer this tablet albeit only hot windows tablet town these sources say Sony will be showing up as sleek tablet convertible this week called -- dual eleven. Which has a slide out backlit keyboard. In addition leaked image from pocket -- shows it working with a stylus pen. Twitter is -- in games and apps that are used to send to tweak it for example he needs to tweak say -- sent from the -- Adler said it -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- There's a new Google TV box hitting that market -- small set top boxes called pulse. It's made by Chinese hardware maker high sense it'll be a hundred dollars and should be available in November. Today's -- to watch is one for I'll use new users out there you've -- clocking the rolling alarm clock that you have to chase after that's about forty bucks. But there's 100 app that will give you wake up jobs for free -- obsolete if you can't app forces you to take a photo of a certain place your home to turn off -- alarm that photo -- match up with what you preset so he could make yourself take a photo of the kitchen coffee pot -- the bathroom sink. There is this -- function so it's completely evil. That you techies around it -- today could find more details about -- stories at the blog cnet.com slash update. -- Marci is in New York average here.
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