Transcript: BY MIKKEL NOEL LANZKY, ADAM SMITH, AND LUKAS UDSTUEN You’re watching multisource global video news analysis from Newsy. Monday, Boeing finally delivered the first of its 787 ‘Dreamliner’ planes after multiple delays and running significantly over budget. Japanese airline All Nippon is the first carrier to sport the new craft and hopes to have the plane in the air by November. The much anticipated 787 sports some nifty new technology, such as electric window dimmers in place of shades...
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Video Link: cnettv.cnet.com The Toshiba Thrive’s support for full ports and its swappable back plate and battery allow it to stand out among the tons of other tablets in the market.