Uber has filed an appeal with the courts against TfL's decision not to issue a new license to the company. The move was done so the company can operate while talks continue between Uber and TfL.
Security researcher Will Strafach has found that Uber was granted special permissions by Apple that enabled its app to silently record your screen. Uber is the only app known to have such permissions.
The court case was supposed to start in October but Waymo had applied for it to be delayed slightly and moved to December, apparently so that they could compile more evidence for their case.
The board of Uber held their meeting yesterday to talk about the future of the company. Uber is now closer to taking a huge investment from SoftBank, and Kalanick's potential manoeuvres are lessened.
The fight between ex-Uber CEO, Travis Kalanick, and the board is continuing. On Tuesday, the board will seek to limit the power Kalanick has by removing his allies on the board and ending supervoting.
Jo Bertram, the Uber executive who oversees operations in the UK, is set to leave the company. The news came via an email by Bertram where she explained that she was leaving the company in weeks.
The words of the AI God will come on tablets of silicon, up from the valley, at least according to the beliefs of a religious group founded by the man at the heart of the Uber Waymo legal dispute.
The ride-hailing service is willing to negotiate but currently, will not renew its license, as it feels new regulations from the local authority are too rigorous and unsuitable for the company.
Following an apology from Uber's new CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi, on behalf of the company, the mayor of London, and chairman of TfL, Sadiq Khan, has called for talks between the company and TfL.
Uber's new CEO has taken to the London newspaper, the Evening Standard, to apologize for the company's conduct in recent years but that it will fight back against the decision to revoke its license.
Uber's new CEO has reached out to employees via email in order to address yesterday's decision by the Transport for London. He said Uber should engage in self-reflection to correct its problems.
The local authority in London has rejected Uber's application for a new operating license. The ride-hailing company has 21 days to launch an appeal before it loses its ability to operate.
Citymapper and Gett have teamed up to bring customers Black Bus 1 or BB1. The fixed route black cab service will cost £3 and you can get on or off anywhere along the route during commute hours.
It has been revealed by a lawyer for Uber that the upper limit that Alphabet's Waymo is seeking from Uber over the stolen trade secrets is $2.6 billion. Waymo is currently seeking to delay the trial.
Alphabet is believed to be examining a potential investment in Lyft to the tune of $1 billion. Should it proceed, the cash injection would help shore up the company against its main rival, Uber.
Dara Khosrowshahi has been picked as the new CEO of the ride-hailing company, Uber. Khosrowshahi will have a big job on his hands following countless scandals that have plagued the business.
With Tesla dominating the roads, the nephew of the famed creator behind the iconic DeLorean DMC wants to build a flying car capable of 120 miles on a single charge, and a top speed of 240mph.
Uber has agreed to obtain independent third-party audits every two years, for the next twenty years, as part of a settlement over the charges levied against it by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
Uber drivers in the UK will now be able to receive tips. The feature has been long sought after and will help drivers who don't earn much money. A new fee for making drivers wait is new too.
Uber isn't having a good year. With all that's happened to the company in 2017, things are getting worse as news has surfaced that drivers are gaming the system and hurting riders in the process.
A civil rights organisation called the Equal Rights Center has filed a lawsuit against ride-sharing company Uber, for failing to provide wheelchair-accessible vehicles for riders in Washington DC.
After announcing that he'd be taking an indefinite leave of absence to mourn his mother's death, Travis Kalanick has now resigned from his position as the Chief Executive Officer of Uber.
Uber has been struggling in the last year and as part of a big campaign to change the way it does business, the company is introducing a number of tweaks designed to appease drivers.
Uber has sacked the VP at the centre of a court case it's fighting with Alphabet which owns the self-driving car firm, Waymo. The firing shows that Uber does believe its employee stole trade secrets.
According to a new report, Uber has started hiking prices for users based on estimations by AI algorithms for how much they're willing to pay, with tests already underway in some cities.
The ride-hailing company, Lyft, and Waymo have come to a deal to bring about an autonomous ride-hailing service. The two companies hope that they can better compete against Uber with the deal.
Remembering the exact street address of the airport, your favorite restaurant, your university or even your grandma can be quite difficult. To save time Uber now lets you bookmark them.
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In a meeting two years ago, Uber was allegedly threatened with removal from the App Store, due to "fingerprinting", which allowed the service to tag users' iPhones, even with the app uninstalled.
Uber will be expanding its UberEATS food delivery service to six major cities in India by the end of this year. Mumbai is likely to be the first city where the service will begin its operations.
Following laws which require taxis to carry fare meters and seats sensors, Uber has decided to pull out of Denmark effective as of April 18th. Its software division in Aarhus will remain.
Uber will now resume its self-driving program after it was halted because of a crash last Friday. The crash caused an Uber vehicle to be turned on its side, but nobody was seriously injured.
Uber president Jeff Jones has announced his resignation from the company, leaving after less than six months. The news follows a series of controversies endured by the company in the past weeks.
According to a report by the New York Times, Uber has been using a secret tool called 'Greyball' to evade detection in countries and cities where Uber is opposed by local authorities or banned.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is seen in a video, arguing with a driver during an UberX ride and yelling at him. The reason: Uber's falling fares. Kalanick has since apologized for his actions.
Alphabet has accused Uber of using stolen technology to develop its own autonomous car project. Alphabet's Waymo claims former executive, Levandowski, stole trade secrets in excess of 14,000 files.
After moving its self-driving pilot scheme out of the state of California last year, Uber is now offering autonomous rides to users of the program in the city of Tempe, Arizona.
Uber's CEO promised a full and urgent investigation after a former company engineer talked about the sexist, hostile work environment inside of the company and the rampant abuses going on.
Uber has started mapping Asia's roads to collect data on customer's travel routes, traffic patterns and pickup & drop off locations. Singapore is the first country to begin the mapping process today.
A man in France has taken Uber to court after the app continued sending his locations to his wife, who eventually divorced him over infidelity accusations. He is demanding $48 million in damages.