American Airlines’ Gogo internet service goes live, bloggers rejoice

For the past few years, there has been much speculation into whether the internet would or should be accessed in airplanes.  Now, the speculation is over and so are the trial runs.

American Airlines’ new inflight broadband service goes live starting today.  For $12.95, passengers on AA flights using its Boeing 767-200 will be able to go online, check e-mail, instant message and access corporate VPN accounts using the system by Aircell LLC.

Jamaican runner Usain Bolt shocks Beijing with second gold

It’s hard to believe that just a few days ago, the 21 year old Olympic runner from Jamaica was an unknown among Olympic elites like Shawn Crawford and Tyson Gay of America and Asafa Powell, his Jamaican teammate.  He flew past everyone as he showboated 9/10s through the race and still managed to break the world record for the 100 meters and grab gold.

Travel: Ski Dubai

The summer’s coming to an end and you haven’t taken a vacation yet.  Well, of course you’re not surprised when we recommend taking a trip to Dubai.  Wait, what, you like to ski?  Sorry to say, you can’t do that in the desert.  Luckily for you, Dubai has an indoor ski resort called Ski Dubai.  When you have a booming tourist destination like Dubai, investors will cook up just about anything. 

What to Watch this fall: Entourage Season 5

With four solid seasons under its belt, Mark Wahlberg’s Entourage is coming back next month and better than ever.  It’s just racked up 5 Emmy nominations and Just in case you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past few years, here’s a little rundown.  The show focuses in on Vincent (Vince) Chase, a hot young actor in modern-day Hollywood, and his entourage.

‘The Dark Knight’ x BD-Live

With “The Dark Knight” surpassing $400 million this week, there’s already talk of what DC has in store when the movie hits Blu-ray.  Not too long ago, Sony introduced a feature for Blu-ray dubbed “BD-Live,” which creates endless possibilities for the platform.

BD-Live is a newly developed Blu-ray feature that enables you to access content via your internet-connected Blu-ray player.