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Expect the will of the people to prevail when it comes to overpowering regulatory restrictions against renting out private lodgings, Airbnb Joe Gebbia argues.
Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, sharing travel plans with family, friends, and co-workers is essential. Here are three ways to do it.
Google Maps should be the all-knowing geographic assistant that gets me where I need to go. But after some botched navigation on a European vacation, I now have trust issues.
Under the guise of "sharing," companies like Airbnb and Uber are cashing in. While they're providing services beloved by many, their impact is also causing reverberations on the ground
A deal to allow bitcoin as payment would apply only to eBay's PayPal Braintree business and not to eBay itself or to its PayPal subsidiary, says The Wall Street Journal.
Ride-sharing apps have gone to the next level by including the ability to catch a ride with another passenger on your route for a discounted price. Lyft thinks its service can lead the way.
Mary Chan, head of the automaker's global connected consumer business, says 98 percent of its customers have signed up for its 4G trials.
Google reaches across the aisle to Apple's platform with its hit game, which sees you running around real-world locations claiming them for your team.
The car-booking service was touted as a complementary add-on for GrabTaxi's taxi booking app, but in practice, the flat hiring fees position it as competition for Uber Asia's transport network.
No matter where you're headed, these iOS and Android apps can help you get there and find things to do when you arrive.