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When the coronavirus pandemic shut down bars and concert halls in March, a new phenomenon was born: the vacation-rental nightclub.
Covid-19 has hit tourism-reliant destinations hard. The Indonesian island of Bali, for example, where 70% of the population depend on tourism, has seen extensive job and income losses since it closed its borders in April.
Hampered by cautious investors and a rigid corporate culture, Japan has produced just a handful of major startups. But there are signs that could be changing, industry insiders say.
It's not often that visitors to a museum also have the option of spending the night there as well – but the Museum of Natural Mystery in New Zealand isn’t exactly your run-of-the-mill museum.
In light of the global pandemic, eSports have gone back to their online roots, enabling teams to keep playing tournaments while still growing a fanbase, though some think it lacks some of the charms of offline play.
Technology firms’ compliance with European restrictions on transatlantic data transfers is shockingly poor, Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems said on Monday, publishing a survey of companies including Facebook and Netflix.
The government wants to align Airbnb and the hotel sector, and streamline e-hailing services in Sabah.
Apple Inc will let users of Facebook Inc’s online events product use the social network’s own payment method through the end of the year, temporarily bypassing the iPhone maker’s typical 30% cut.
OWNERS of condominium units in Persiaran Bukit Gambir, Penang, are up in arms over claims of the existence of illegal homestay operators there.