Gizmodo and Engadget Report Live From Virgin America’s GoGo WiFiScott BealeNovember 23, 2008 Here are live reports at 35,000 feet by Brian Lam of Gizmodo and Ryan Block of Engadget using the new GoGo inflight WiFi service on Virgin America. The speeds are 3.6Mbps downstream and 1.8Mbps upstream, $10 for short flights (less than 3 hours) and $13 for longer flights (over 3 hours). Virgin America has announced that it 100% of their flights will have this service by April 2009. See Previously: Wi-Fi Available Soon on American Airlines & Virgin America Related Posts Managed WordPress at Laughing Squid Hosting Use promo code SQUIDBLOG for one free month of hosting. Previous Post Christmas Coke Bombs Next Post Dorkbot SF #40 at Retox Lounge Recent Posts A Studio Jam Session Series Where Talented Musicians Play Instruments Made Out of Cardboard Man Hilariously Speaks Spanish With a Southern Accent ‘Severance’ Deleted Scenes Featuring Stephen Colbert The Author Clock, A Novel Digital Timepiece That Uses Quotes From Famous Books to Tell the Time A Touching Documentary About a Talented Autistic Jazz Pianist Who Learns About Himself In the Music He Plays A Big Brass Horn Cover of ‘Everybody Wants to Rule the World’ by Tears for Fears Join the Laughing Squid Email List Receive an email with each day's blog posts.