How the F.A.A. caught up to an always-on society

Source: Nick Bilton - The N.Y. Times (Paid Registration)

Last week, a 28-member panel set up last year to revise policies for electronics on airplanes recommended that the F.A.A. change the rule, allowing passengers to use their devices from gate to gate, including takeoff, taxiing and landing. Cellphone calls will still banned. People will probably be asked to turn their gadgets to “airplane mode” when they fly.

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