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Briefly: Popcorn Time for Android, AT&T to offer in-flight Wi-Fi

updated 02:04 am EDT, Tue April 29, 2014

Movie streaming BitTorrent app now available on Android devices

Popcorn Time, a BitTorrent for streaming movies has announced its upcoming launch for Android devices. Popcorn Time allows users to watch pirated video content for free, including TV shows and movies. Any video can be viewed as many times as desired, offered in the highest quality possible, with subtitles available. The source code for the Android version of Popcorn Time will soon be available on GitHub.

AT&T to offer in-flight 4G LTE connection, creates partnership with Honeywell

AT&T has announced that it aims to launch an in-flight Wi-Fi service for its customers flying within the continental US, via a new 4G LTE-based connection. Partnering with Honeywell to create the in-flight system, AT&T has stated that its goal is to generate a faster connection than what is currently available, which would then position AT&T as a rival provider to the pre-existing GoGo. The in-flight Wi-Fi is anticipated to be rolled out by late 2015.



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