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Does Google harm local search rivals? EU antitrust regulators ask

EU antitrust regulators have asked Google’s rivals if the Internet search giant unfairly demotes local search competitors, according to a questionnaire seen by Reuters, a move which could lead to a fourth case against the Alphabet unit.


‘Red Dead Online’ being readied for November end

The multiplayer portion of bestseller videogame Red Dead Redemption II is expected to start rolling out towards the end of November, per its publisher's CEO.


AirAsia to become a travel technology company

AirAsia is integrating Google Cloud’s machine learning and AI (artificial intelligence) technologies into every aspect of its business, as part of its transformation into a travel technology company.


AI promises jobs revolution but first it needs old-fashioned manual labour from China

Basic Finder is among the labelling companies thriving amid the data boom, with clients including US university UC Berkeley and Chinese AI leaders SenseTime and iFlyTek.


Facebook yet to comply with EU consumer rules, Airbnb in line: EU sources

Facebook may face sanctions because it has yet to comply with EU consumer rules while Airbnb has made the necessary changes in response to regulatory demands, EU sources said.

TECH treats chocoholics to a life-sized chocolate cottage

Reservations for an 18sq m cottage made entirely from chocolate will open on the accommodation giant's website, Sept 19 and 26.


Roomi wants to help you avoid rooming with sketchy strangers

Roomi is kind of like a dating service for roommates. It matches people based on personal compatibility and shared housing needs.


With crackdowns on Uber and Airbnb, does the sharing economy have a future in Hong Kong?

Drivers have been fined and home rentals face stricter laws, and while businesses and users remain hopeful, analysts say the hardline approach will continue to protect the vested interests of established competitors


Airbnb breaches EU consumer rules, must fall in line: EU

The European Union told Airbnb on July 16 to bring its terms and conditions into line with the bloc's consumer rules or face action by national consumer agencies, after a review of the short-term rental platform found some violations.


Agoda expands non-hotel listings for tourists living like locals

More tourists to Asia are opting to stay in privately owned apartments even when five-star hotel rooms are available for as little as US$100 (RM404) a night, according to online travel booking platform Agoda Services Co.