American Airlines says it will spend more than $2 billion to make its planes more pleasant for passengers, the latest salvo in a competition among carriers to attract high-paying frequent fliers.
Southwest Airlines doesn’t want to miss a beat when it comes to keeping passengers entertained.
Carroll ISD in Southlake will test a high-tech device that uses GPS and Wi-Fi signals to constantly track employee locations, in an effort to make school campuses safer.
Nordstrom is no longer collecting information from the smart phones of its customers.
The CBS 11 I-Team has learned the retailer is using software to track how much time you spend in specific departments within the store.
Internet addicts may have incentive to book a flight on JetBlue Airways in 2013. The airline is planning to offer free in-flight Wi-Fi, but could not say how long the roll out would take.
In the midst of bankruptcy proceedings Fort Worth-based American Airlines (AA) plans to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to accommodate business travelers in a more luxurious fashion.
About a dozen homeless people in Texas have earned money serving as Internet “hotspots” during a music, film and interactive festival.
After attacking American Airlines for his treatment on a flight earlier this week, Alec Baldwin compared the Fort Worth-based airline to riding a Dallas-based bus company.