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NYT | Technology: 'Gold Rush' for Wi-Fi on Board Planes Spurs Innovation on April 13, 2018.

nytimes.com 'Gold Rush' for Wi-Fi on Board Planes Spurs Innovation Reuters HAMBURG — Satellite technology to provide Wi-Fi on board planes has matured to a point where more and more airlines are looking to use it, triggering a "gold rush" among suppliers. That brings opportunities for a vast array of companies, from satellite firms such as Viasat and Inmarsat, to connectivity providers such as Gogo, Global Eagle, and Panasonic Avionics and software and hardware companies such as Lufthansa Systems and Lufthansa Technik. "It's like a gold rush feeling at the moment," Jan-Peter Gaense, head of passenger experience products & solutions at Lufthansa Systems, said at the Aircraft Interiors trade fair in Hamburg this week. But as competition for a slice of the business intensifies, Gaense foresees a wave of mergers very soon, predicting that out of around 17 connectivity c

Uber Fires Former Google Engineer at Heart of Self-Driving Dispute: NYT | Technology - May 30, 2017

NYT | Technology - February 21, 2017 Verizon Will Pay $350 Million Less for Yahoo

NYT | Technology: AT & T Cheeerleading Squad For Merger: Nearly 100 Lobbyist - October 25, 2016

nytimes.com   Cecilia Kang and Eric Lipton But navigating this transaction will be a test of just how much influence AT&T has in Washington these days, especially as it tries to persuade antitrust officials at the United States Department of Justice, who will be crucial in approving the deal. The task may be particularly tricky as AT&T’s lobbying team undergoes a transition after losing its longtime leader, James W. Cicconi, a former aide to President George H. W. Bush.

NYT | Technology: Artificial Intelligence Softaware Is Booming. But Why Now?, by Quentin Hardy - September 19, 2016

nytimes.com   Quentin Hardy Marc Benioff, left, chief executive of Salesforce, talked with Matthew Panzarino, editor in chief of TechCrunch, at its Disrupt conference in San Francisco last week. Beck Diefenbach/Reuters SAN FRANCISCO — This is the year artificial intelligence came into its own for mainstream businesses, at least as a marketing feature.