The Las Vegas taxi industry used every political maneuver in its arsenal to keep Uber and Lyft off the strip. It didn’t work.
Introducing UberCommute: For drivers who don’t actually want to be drivers, but are willing to pick someone up on their way to work.
Uber India is launching UberPool in Bangalore, piggybacking on a city-wide carpooling initiative meant to cut down on traffic.
The partnership includes cross platform bookings, confirming earlier BuzzFeed News reports.
The move is the latest in a series of indications that a global taxi and ride-hail alliance is forming against Uber, as BuzzFeed News first reported.
Siri can’t taunt us anymore.
The first person you’re matched with on Lyft Line might not be the person you end up with. It’s like a metaphor for life.
A new Uber feature called Smart Routes encourages San Francisco riders to request UberPool rides along particular routes for maximum efficiency.
Riders in more than 100 cities in India can now use OlaMoney — the proprietary digital wallet created by Uber’s biggest competitor, OlaCabs — to pay for online services and orders.
Vinli, an aftermarket connected car hardware and platform, lands its second round of funding.
The auto industry is changing quickly and Ford is taking a page out of Elon Musk’s book and thinking like a startup so they can keep up.
SquaredFare, an app independent of Uber, keeps track of rides to make sure Uber pays drivers the right amount.
The attack took place yesterday near the International Airport of Mexico City. Local authorities are investigating the incident.
Tesla is asking existing owners to refer their friends in exchange for $1,000 toward their next Tesla purchase.
The cap would “freeze the market in its current place.”
The mayor has agreed not to impose a nine-month cap on growth of for-hire vehicles and will instead conduct a four-month traffic study. The city still reserves the right to instate a cap on growth if the results of the study deems it necessary.
Two hours on the high seas with the “Airbnb for boats.”
Asked if he’ll publicly debate the rationale for his proposed growth cap on for-hire car companies with Uber’s leadership, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said no way.