Set back for in-flight Wi-Fi We would all like to enjoy Wi-Fi as we fly, but not if the price is panic in the cockpit. Aircraft giant Boeing of Seattle, Washington, hit trouble when it was testing a new, ultra-bright LCD screen in the cockpits of the latest version of its 737 planes. High-power signals from an in-flight Wi-Fi system, turning the screen blank, potentially depriving the crew of key navigation data. Screen-maker Honeywell says it will make its screen Wi-Fi proof. Here’s a tornado I made earlier Ever wanted to create your own tornado?