DALLAS Hyatt Hotels Corp. is using iPods and other computer technology at its airport hotel here to guide patrons through tastings or wine pairings, a sales-boosting technique already being considered for other restaurants within the chain’s hotels. The 298-room Grand Hyatt at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport lets guests check out an iPod loaded with a video podcast that guides them through a tasting. Under the iTaste program, a cheese or wine tasting is priced at ...

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