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cleanliness

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Airbnb hires hotelier to lead host hospitality training

The company's new head of hospitality Chip Conley is known for his Joie de Vivre boutique hotels, and he wants to set new standards for Airbnb listings.

By Sep. 17, 2013

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Social garbage bin tells you to pick up the trash

The polite Social Trash Box out of Japan twists, bends, and reminds you to do your part to keep public spaces clean.

By Nov. 14, 2013

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Tampa is the nicest city in America, says Airbnb

The peer-to-peer housing service ranks the hospitality of towns across the country based on the stays of its more than 4 million guests. While the South and West make it on the board, Northeast cities don't make the cut.

By Jul. 22, 2013

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Should you let your lover spy on your iPhone messages?

There's little worse than leaving your iPhone unattended and wondering if your significant other is sniffing around it. There is, apparently, a way to find out. But where do you draw the line between love and privacy?

By Sep. 5, 2013

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I've lived a day with the new Yahoo logo, and I'm going crazy

When something changes so radically after so many years, it's hard to come to terms with it. It sticks out like a huge barnacle. Or does it?

By Sep. 5, 2013

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Star Wars Episode VII to be shot on film, not digital

The new Star Wars movie will be shot on good old-fashioned film, like the originals -- not the digital cameras used in Episodes I-III.

By Aug. 23, 2013

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Dear Heidi Klum, in Georgia they clear out their naked selfies most

With Heidi Klum exposing her backside on Twitter, app maker KS Mobile reveals exclusively which states clean their phones and which don't. In Wyoming, they just can't quit their naughty selfies.

By Jul. 8, 2013

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Home of tomorrow: Flying robots, 3D-printed food, 'living' air filters

Electrolux holds a yearly competition to encourage innovation in home appliance design. The following three concepts took home the top honors.

By Oct. 23, 2013

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Iran minister: Web is controlled by 'one or two countries'

The Iranian minister of communication and information technology says the Web is unreliable because it is in the hands of "one or two specific countries." So Iran is making its own.

By Aug. 9, 2012