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Line is adding user credit scores and an AI receptionist

Line Corp unveiled new services from credit scores to an AI-powered robot receptionist, as the operator of Japan’s dominant messaging platform seeks to expand beyond chat.

US FTC urged to probe ‘secret surveillance scores’ used against shoppers, job and housing applicants

It’s possible your data is being used against you as you shop, travel or apply for jobs and housing, according to a new complaint filed with the US Federal Trade Commission.

Airbnb launches new tier of luxury properties for affluent guests

Airbnb has launched a new category of short-term rentals called Airbnb Luxe that includes French châteaux, villas in Tuscany and historic properties for travellers with deep pockets.

Hidden hotel cameras lead to arrests in China

Guest installed pinhole cameras in at least five rooms Hotel manager detained after saying 80 per cent of rooms in Zhengzhou have cameras

Sabah hoteliers feeling the heat from Airbnb and home sharing operators

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah hoteliers are feeling the pinch from Airbnb and home sharing operators, as they record a drop in room occupancies.

Out-of-this-world experiences to try around the world

Here are some unique experiences to look out for the next time you travel.

With lions, elephants, Airbnb goes all-in on adventure tours

A new category of adventure travel – from tracking lions in Kenya to walking with elephants in Thailand – is now on the menu at Airbnb as the home-sharing startup expands its offerings.

FinTech: Financial services disruptor

Unicorns are mystical animals, but they exist in the startup scene to describe privately held companies with a valuation of more than US$1bil.

Airbnb to recreate trip from ‘Around The World In 80 Days’

A lucky few will be able to live the adventures of Phileas Fogg from Jules Verne’s classic Around The World In 80 Days.

Yanolja that reinvented love hotels gets Singapore, US funding

SEOUL: Yanolja's gentrification of South Korean love hotels has brought the company a valuation of more than $1 billion from investors keen to capitalise on the globalisation of a novel approach to short-stay accommodation, its chief executive told Reuters.