Plane seat-back scuffle gives gadget more sales room - Seattle Times Reclining into battle at 30,000 feet - Chicago Tribune 08/26/2014 - 8:41 am | View Link
End Airplane Advertised Ticket Tax Price Secrecy - Huffington Post ... the additional revenue generated by the TSA tax ... card - not to enhance aviation security or ... to show the cost of this new federal fee ... 08/26/2014 - 4:30 am | View Link
Airlines draw union flak over fuel tax breaks [Chicago Tribune :: ] - BusinessWeek Airlines draw union flak over fuel tax breaks - Chicago Tribune 08/25/2014 - 2:09 pm | View Link
Eid TWIC certified, Oberthur buys NagraID, More PreCheck facilities - SecureID News Intellicheck Mobilisa Wins $102K Contract to Provide TWIC Readers to ... - TMC Net 08/21/2014 - 11:24 am | View Link
MorphoTrust Brings TSA Pre?™ Enrollment to More Travelers - TMC Net MorphoTrust Brings TSA Pre✓™ Enrollment to More Travelers - Reuters 08/21/2014 - 10:20 am | View Link
TSA's Fee Changes Are Causing Headaches About a month ago, a congressionally mandated increase in Transportation Security Administration (TSA) security fees that travelers pay on flights went into effect. Since then, there have been technical implementation challenges as well as claims that some ... 08/20/2014 - 1:06 pm | View Link
Airline Industry Takes Gloves Off, Sues TSA Over Security Fee Hike Last week, the Transportation Security Administration raised the security fee charged to airline passengers. This week, the airline industry struck back. Airlines for America (A4A), the U.S. airline trade group, and the International Air Transport ... 08/1/2014 - 7:35 am | View Link
TSA passenger security fee rises (CNN)-- The costs of your airline travel will rise a little today, thanks to the federal government. Airline passenger security fees charged by the Transportation Security Administration are increasing because of the congressional budget deal passed in ... 07/21/2014 - 7:37 am | View Link
TSA Security Fee Increase Hits Flying Public on Monday The TSA increased the security fee charged to flight passengers on Monday, more than doubling the mandatory cost for some and redefining what counts as a "flight." Previously, passengers were charged $2.50 for a non-stop, one-way flight, and $5 for a one ... 07/21/2014 - 5:48 am | View Link
TSA security fee on airline tickets rises Monday Transportation Security Administration fees on plane tickets are rising Monday, and travelers used to non-stop flights or long layovers will notice the biggest change. The current fee is $2.50 for a non-stop flight or $5 for a connecting flight. The new ... 07/21/2014 - 4:08 am | View Link
TSA Fees Will Double to $5.60 Per Flight A TSA agent waits for passengers to use the TSA PreCheck lane being implemented by the Transportation Security Administration at Miami International Airport on ... 09/1/2014 - 6:28 pm | View Website
Transportation Security Fees | Transportation Security ... To help finance the increased cost of securing the nation's transportation systems, the Transportation Security Administration has implemented ... 09/1/2014 - 12:37 pm | View Website
September 11 Security Fee On June 20, 2014, the Transportation Security Administration published an Interim Final Rule in the Federal Register to implement changes to the TSA ... 08/31/2014 - 9:25 am | View Website
Transportation Security Administration The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is an agency of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security that exercises authority over the security of the traveling ... 08/30/2014 - 9:00 pm | View Website
Airline Industry Takes Gloves Off, Sues TSA Over Security ... Last week, the TSA raised the security fee charged to airline passengers. This week, the airline industry struck back. 08/1/2014 - 2:32 pm | View Website
“Genius is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration,” said Thomas Edison. The quote immaculately and succinctly captures the ingredients to success, and appears to be – at least to those who still believe he invented the light bulb - classic Edison: genius. Except for one minor detail. Edison never actually wrote or 
Image Credit: Flickr user TydenceDusty tech billionaires may be the only thing that can help Burning Man, which came to its annual fiery conclusion this weekend, overcome a pleasant problem: Even after capping attendance at around 70,000 people, the interactive arts and music festival is having trouble handling its own overwhelming popularity. It’s hard to overstate how surprising this is.
Soon, you won't need to be the Flash for quicker Web browsing.
Flickr user: Katie Krueger
The Web is going to get faster in the very near future. And sadly, this is rare enough to be news.
The speed bump won't be because our devices are getting faster, but they are. It won't be because some giant company created something great, though they probably have. The Web will be getting faster very soon because a small group of developers saw a problem and decided to solve it for all of us.
That problem is images. As of August 2014, the size of the average page in the top 1,000 sites on the Web is 1.7MB.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares drifted lower on Tuesday, with momentum from prior gains fading as investors were left short of cues with the U. S. markets closed on Monday, while the euro continued to probe one-year lows in the uncertainty over the European Central Bank's policy decision later this week.