Airbnb buys Luxury Retreats to offer more luxurious villas for your vacation

If you’re going to go on vacation, go on vacation. Thanks to Airbnb’s new acquisition, you certainly can when it comes to your accommodations. Airbnb has announced the addition of Montreal-based Luxury Retreats to its portfolio.

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AT&T caves to the competition, suddenly serves up a new unlimited data plan

AT&T, responding to pressure from Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile, announced a new unlimited data plan that doesn’t require customers to subscribe to its streaming television services.

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Apple may oppose a law that would let iPhone buyers repair their own phones

Apple reportedly plans to oppose Nebraska’s proposed “right to repair” legislation that would grant consumers and repair shops legal access to repair tools and manuals normally reserved for manufacturers.

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Verizon renegotiates deal to buy Yahoo to the tune of a $250 million discount

Yahoo’s security breaches are costing the company a cool quarter of a billion dollars. According to a Bloomberg report, Verizon Communications, which previously agreed to pay $4.8 billion for the tech giant, has now renegotiated the price.

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Apple surpasses Samsung in smartphone sales for fourth quarter of 2016

The Galaxy Note 7 is still hurting Samsung. Apple has surpassed the South Korean giant in selling more smartphones globally in 2016’s fourth quarter. It’s a thin lead — it only sold 256,000 more than Samsung’s 76.78 million units.

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Nikon’s latest financial reports show the Keymission sales are slow

Nikon entered the action camera market last year, but sales have been slower than expected according to the latest reports. The financials come just after the company announced the cancellation of three DL cameras.

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Disney wants to build an “aerial tramway” between the Disney World parks

Disney’s “skybuckets” are fondly remembered as the best place in the themepark to do some sneaky kissin’, but they were also a magnet for antisocial behavior, from smoking weed to spitting on people to jumping out of them — and they proved lethal to park maintenance crews. (more…)

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