It's easy to catch a flick at 35,000 feet if you've brought your tablet along. But what if you're traveling slate-less? American Airlines recently announced that first and business class passengers on some transcontinental flights will be able to use a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to amuse themselves.
The Galaxy Tab, which replaces the flights' regular entertainment offerings, features 70 movies, including 30 new releases, plus a mix of audio and TV fare. Future uses will include Wi-Fi for Internet browsing, digital publications, and games, the airline said. Let's hope the Galaxy Tab isn't allowed in the lavatory.