A slew of tech companies throw their weight behind Apple. Here's the gist of what they're saying.
Technically Incorrect: Vacation rental company HomeAway launches an ad that mercilessly mocks Airbnb and its caring, sharing mentality.
A US senator hails the flexibility for "on-demand" employers in the sharing economy but asks what happens to them during the next downturn.
There may be a gold rush in the tech industry, but hiring managers say they can't pay enough to entice employees.
The year's most notable embarrassments in technology run the gamut from the industry's inability to secure our personal data to the blunders of Airbnb, Twitter and Tinder.
The home-sharing business promises to pay its "fair share" of taxes, be more transparent with data and ban users from listing investment properties.
The home-sharing company hopes to replicate its success in heading off restrictive legislation in San Francisco in cities around the US.
The home-sharing company apologizes to employees for a marketing campaign that angered San Franciscans, CNET has learned. "You were right to feel this way," CEO Brian Chesky tells disappointed staff.
Technically Incorrect: The home rental service decides to suggest how local authorities should spend $12 million in tax money. It didn't go over so well.
Short-term rental service upgrades program to a primary insurance offering, making it available to all hosts in 16 countries, regardless of other coverage.
The winner of an Airbnb contest will spend the night in the Catacombs of Paris. Just explain why you're brave enough to hang out with 6 million of your new dead BFFs on Halloween.
You don't have to stick to the tourist spots when you're on vacation. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Sharon Profis has three tips to help you live like a local on your next trip.
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