In the near future, airline passengers will open their laptop computers, BlackBerry personal data assistants (PDAs) or cell phones and instantly be connected to terrestrial Internet and telephone systems via in-cabin, broadband, wireless "hot spots." And the cost of that high-speed air-to-ground link could be less than what they'd pay at their local Starbucks. AirCell Inc. believes it can provide the expertise, hardware and software to make this wireless-in-the-air future feasible. ...

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