A Boeing 737 owned by Gogo Air is being used to test new technology for providing in-flight WiFi service. The plane is being flown out of Aurora Municipal Airport. (Credit: Gogo Air)

Gogo Flying Boeing 737 Out Of Aurora Airport To Test WiFi Service

Residents in west suburban Sugar Grove were surprised to see a Boeing 737 airliner parked on the runway at the Aurora Municipal Airport recently, but the big jet wasn’t there for passenger flights. The plane was being flown by the company Gogo, to test new equipment for in-flight Wi-Fi services.


School buses (CBS)

Oswego School Buses To Get WiFi

Some school buses in Oswego will soon be online, reports WBBM’s Veronica Carter.


Teen On Cell Phone (CBS Photo)

Company Offers $19/Month For Voice, Talk Text — With A Catch

How would you like to reduce your cell phone bill to $19 a month? We’re not talking a bargain basement plan. It includes unlimited voice, texting and data – on an Android smart phone, like this one. Of course, there’s a catch.

CBS Chicago–11/09/2011