Orbitz Shows Mac Users More Expensive Hotels According to Reports
You might be familiar with the website Orbitz that sells discount price hotel rooms for travelers. You might expect both Windows and Mac users to see the same hotels when they run a search that isn't the case. Mac users apparently spend as much as 30% more per night on hotels than Windows counterparts.
That has led to Mac users sometimes seeing more expensive
hotel options than Windows user see. The company does point out that Mac users are being given more expensive rates on the same hotel rooms, they are simply being shown more expensive options by default. That's geek profiling, and I'm not sure if it's wrong.
Improvements to Office 365 in June focused on updates for Lync, such as enhancements to Lync for Mac and Lync Room System, as well as on new OneNote tools, extensions, and partnerships. Another big update for Office 365 for business subscribers was the release of the Office 365 road map, which helps inform customers about upcoming updates before they become available. Leave us a comment to let us know what your favorite new feature is. If you m ... Source: Office Blogs
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Depeche Mode have been named as the bookie's favourite to headline Glastonbury in 2015.
Glastonbury 2014 is only just over and speculation appears to already be rife as to who will headline next year. Michael Eavis has a few acts that he has been trying to get to Worthy Farm for years, including Fleetwood Mac, Prince and Led Zeppelin. Meaning that as far as possibilities go there are many.
Paddy Power have now released their odds however, placing Depeche Mode at the top ... Source: GIGWISE
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Jun 30 2014, 8:05am CDT
Java was originally released with the slogan "write once, run anywhere," which was intended to underscore its cross-platform capabilities. Over time, Java has become ubiquitous on endpoints, so "run anywhere" can be interpreted as referring to its ubiquity. Even as fewer websites and web applications require Java in order to operate properly, the technology is pervasive on virtually every end-user system ... Source: Tech.co.uk
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Jun 19 2014, 7:00am CDT
We're here at the Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco for WWDC, Apple's big developers conference. Apple is hosting a keynote that will lay out all the major new software features for the Mac, iPhone, and iPad starting at 10 a.m. Pacific time. We're expecting a redesign of the Mac's software to make it look more like the iPhone's software. We're also expecting to see some small tweaks to t ... Source: Business Insider
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Jun 2 2014, 10:27am CDT
Apple is typically a pretty tight-lipped company when it comes to future products. But, with people getting antsy for the next big thing, its executives have become uncharacteristically talkative about what it's planning. Naturally, they're not explicitly saying what they've got coming, but they're hyping what's in development. "Later this year, we've got the best product pipeline that I ... Source: The Business Insider
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Jun 1 2014, 6:14am CDT
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