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The first edition of Viva Technology brings together startups, investors and companies at a new technology show at Paris's Porte de Versailles exhibition centre.
Airbnb Inc is finally getting the green light do business in Japan after years of operating in grey areas of the law.
Airbnb Inc will now be able to operate in Japan without the risk of running into regulatory hurdles after the government passed a law that sets out rules for home sharing.
Jeannette Belliveau lives with her dog and two cats in a 19th century house in the Upper Fells Point section of Baltimore, not far from Johns Hopkins Hospital, and rents out a couple of rooms for short-term stays to make a living.
South Florida real estate agent Sara Dorfman hit the jackpot this month when she arranged the sale of a multi-unit complex in Fort Lauderdale's Victoria Park for US$1.65mil (RM6.62mil). The chief selling point: The property was set up for vacation home rentals. And the buyer is eager to continue that business.
With PlayStation and Electronic Arts both opting out of big presentations at E3 2019, the publisher behind Skyrim, Fallout and Doom is setting up for a June 9 showcase.
French President Emmanuel Macron and New Zealand’s premier Jacinda Ardern will on May 15 host other world leaders and leading tech chiefs to launch an ambitious new initiative aimed at curbing extremism online.
After weeks of being bombarded with leaflets, television ads and door-knocking canvassers, Jersey City residents will vote Nov 5 on new restrictions on home-sharing companies like Airbnb Inc.
US President Donald Trump signed an executive order that he said would limit liability protections social media companies enjoy after Twitter Inc began selective fact checks of his posts on the platform.
When Twitter slapped a warning label over US President Donald Trump’s tweet Thursday night about riots in Minnesota’s Twin Cities, the company’s official explanation was that the president had violated a rule prohibiting “glorification of violence”. But that justification doesn’t explain why Twitter chose to leave the tweet on the site for people to see, or why it blocked the ability to write replies, or why past tweets seemingly breaking the same rule were allowed to stand unaltered.