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5 things you missed: Stream movies on United flights, Google Maps tips, more
Great news, fellow travelers: If you are flying with United Airlines, as of next month you'll be able to stream movies from your iOS device. That and more in what you missed in technology today. Full Story
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For Marvel, a digital timeline for 75-year history
From the Golden Age Toro to Ultimate Human Torch, characters sprung from Marvel Entertainment are as varied as the people who read, watch, listen and even play them in video games. The publisher of Marvel Comics is focusing on its panoply of characters, enlisting writers, artists, editors and historians to build a sprawling digital and interactive timeline that showcases the famous, the infamous and the obscure heroes, villains and others. Full Story