Delta Air Lines is equipping its 20,000 flight attendants with Nokia Lumia 1250 combination mobile phone-tablet computers beginning in October, in a move to reduce weight on the aircraft and move closer to fleet-wide real-time transaction-processing at the point of sale. The devices replace the Nokia Lumia 820s the carrier distributed last summer. With the new, larger 1250s, Delta aims to eliminate the need for flight attendants to carry paper flight manuals on board. The ...
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