updated 05:21 am EST, Thu December 19, 2013
British Airways allows passengers to use electronics throughout flight
British Airways has become the first European airline to allow the use of smartphones and tablets throughout a flight. The change in policy at the airline after the European Aviation Safety Agency's (EASA) rule alterations mirrors that of American counterparts after the FAA made a similar decision. While passengers will be able to use mobile devices from terminal to terminal, Reuters reports that devices are still required to go into "Flight Mode" for the journey itself.
Google adds Christmas carol karaoke to search
Google has added a Christmas Easter Egg to search on mobile devices. Searching for the term "let's go caroling" in a browser or Google Voice Search will bring up a special Christmas carol karaoke card via Google Now, reports TechCrunch. A choice of five carols are available, with an instrumental music track offered for each song accompanied by the lyrics.