Airbnb Noise Complaints: 4 Business Travel and Travel Tech Trends That Defined the Week of Mar. 11-17
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Looks like Airbnb-related noise complaints don’t have to just go to the cops. Word is that next month, a new site feature will pop up that lets annoyed neighbors register a complaint directly with Airbnb customer service. Click for more details and stay tuned for further announcements.
Remember GM’s $500 million investment in Lyft? Well, the fruits of that collaboration have been revealed with the introduction of Express Drive. Premiering in the Chicago market then Boston, Washington D.C. and Baltimore soon after, Express Drive involves GM providing rental cars to Lyft drivers, and depending on how many rides they provide with the vehicles, they pay GM a fee or nothing at all. Click to find out more.
Google Maps has a new feature that enables you to compare uber, uberX, uberXL and UberBLACK and local taxi service prices for entered routes. This feature is only for Android phones at the moment, apologies to iPhone users, but updates are surely on the way. Click for a glimpse of this convenient time-saver.
PopSLATE 2 may seem like just another protective iPhone case, but there is far more going on here. Sure, it’s got a battery backup, but the marquee feature is its e-ink display that functions as a second screen. Apps can be accessed via this display, meaning there is less of a power drain on your phone as the main screen is dormant. Click to learn more about popSLATE2.
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