According to an article on popsci.com, (http://www.popsci.com/article/gadgets/hooray-you-can-use-your-gadgets-flights?dom=PSC&loc=recent&lnk=9&con=hooray-you-can-use-your-gadgets-on-flights) the FAA has now officially released that air travelers may now use their electronic devices during all parts of flight now. You will now be able to use your Kindle, Laptop, and cell phone (on Airplane Mode or Wi-Fi) during all stages of the flight, but it just has to be stored during take off and landing. You still cannot make any airborne calls with cellphones, but Bluetooth devices are still allowed as well. The FAA finally released that they realized that most commercial planes can handle signals from various personal gadgets, but they are still required to prove to the FAA that having passengers use these devices will not interfere with anything on the flight. Although the ban on using devices at certain times being lifted, as for now it depends on who you’re flying with individual rules.