Some airports charge you for Internet. Some don't (Daytona Beach International Airport, you rule!). And then there's the rocking-chair-filled Charlotte airport, which makes discriminating gamers pay a heavy, heavy price.
The Associated Press is reporting that increased security measures on international flights inbound to the United States have been eased. The government has not publicly announced any changes, but the AP's report cites unnamed airline officials "familiar with the matter."
It's not a petty concern. Since Friday's incident en route to Detroit, airlines are ramping up security procedures at the behest of the government, and "approved portable electronic devices" have long been a whipping boy for this sort of thing.