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What could be better than catching Pokemon? This game maker thinks the answer is becoming a Pokemon yourself and then befriending other ‘mons, and it’s quite right.
The three-year plan involves working with 50,000 independent software vendors to help service providers adopt Alipay technologies. Alipay has encouraged developers to create mini programs to enable partners to access Alibaba’s ecosystem.
The popularity of real-world gaming events organised by the makers of such augmented-reality hits as Pokemon Go shows there is a growing trend of gaming enthusiasts willing to travel to participate in them.
Airbnb has joined forces with the Bahamas National Trust to offer five travellers an opportunity to spend two months in the archipelago to help with environmental projects in the wake of the damage wrought by Hurricane Dorian.
Is it an online booking service? Or a real estate agent? US homesharing site Airbnb will on Dec 19 know how it should be labelled when Europe's top court rules on the issue amidst a backlash from the hotel industry and some cities.
Self-help groups for Hong Kong protesters sprout over Telegram app, offering jobs, homes, medical treatment and more
‘Find a good boss’ Telegram channel helps out-of-work protesters get new jobs. Individuals tap networks of contacts to serve varied needs in ongoing unrest.
The 2019 SEA Games in the Philippines is currently underway and for the first time ever, Malaysia is sending 24 eSports athletes to compete in six eSports medal events from Dec 5 to 10 at Filoil Flying V Center in Manila.
Harvard University agreed to make its website and online courses friendlier to those who are deaf or hard of hearing as part of a settlement in a federal lawsuit.
Airbnb became a leading partner of the Olympics in a nine-year deal announced Monday that drew strong criticism from Paris, host of the 2024 summer Games.
Airbnb Inc said on Nov 19 it is lobbying local governments in Japan to ease curbs on short-term home rentals during next year's Tokyo Olympics, seeking to counter a thicket of rules imposed last year.