Not much in the way of news, but here are a couple you'll like:
This is Bill Harms' airliner census: It's the airplane bible, recording every single Boeing, Airbus, L-1011, and Concorde jet out there whether still in use or retired - and even a few that have yet to be delivered. It's quite incredible. Whenever you see a picture in here with the registry, you can click over to the census and find out when it was delivered, what engines it has, etc., - also, if you ever post a picture and wonder "Is it a 737-200 or a -2H4" and want that technical last 3 digit code, the census will help you out (as well as telling you the line number, delivery date, etc.).
This is the route calculator. It's an awesome sight that allows you to input starting and ending destinations and see the quickest route and the distance in nautical or statue miles or kilometers. It also allows you to put in a starting destination and an aircraft's range and it'll show a circle of how far it can go.
This is where you can look up or download tons of really cool technical data and low-detail schematics on all of Boeing's airplanes. Very cool stuff...
And last but not least, this'll allow you to locate any airport by inputting the city - it'll give you the airport code (Chicago O'Hare = ORD / KORD)...
That's about it for now!