Even with mobile alerts, sharing services still face hurdles connecting travelers with last-minute bookings.
By Yi Chen on May 2, 2012 Planning a holiday can be tough work and finding an accommodation is often left until last-minute for most travelers. Airbnb realizes the potential value of helping those who are frantically searching for accommodation with …
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