What Is Stressing These People Out?

Consultant reconnu dans l'univers de la location de voiture, Neil Abrams, Président de Abrams Consulting Group, s'était illustré en fustigeant les politiques tarifaires des loueurs lors de la restitution des voitures sans que le plein ne soit fait. Il poursuit son analyse de la situation du marché aux USA et affirme que les majors du domaine devront s'engager sur le chemin du low cost pour ne pas voir leurs résultats baisser.

A five-storey mesh dancer, a giant game of fire Tetris and — if rumours are to be believed — a hacked Boeing 747 are just a few of the oversized artworks on show at Burning Man (August 30 to September 7). Microsoft’s newest wearable is called Microsoft Band, the same name as last year’s activity-tracker. The new one looks sleeker than last […]

A five-storey mesh dancer, a giant game of fire Tetris and -- if rumours are to be believed -- a hacked Boeing 747 are just a few of the oversized artworks on show at Burning Man (August 30 to September 7). Microsoft's newest wearable is called Microsoft Band, the same name as last year's activity-tracker. The new one looks sleeker than last year's Band, with a curved, touch-sensitive OLED display coated in Gorilla Glass 3. It now has Cortana integration — if you miss a workout, Cortana will remind you (which could be both awesome and annoying). The new Band also has a barometer, to measure elevation for hiking and stair-climbing. Like last year's Band, it offers GPS, heart rate, calorie and sleep tracking, guided workouts and smart notifications. It works with iOS, Android and, of course, Microsoft Windows Phone devices. The new Band is available for pre-order today, and costs $249 — $50 more than the starting price of last year's Band. [viralQuiz id=3]