Uber is rolling out new features to its mobile app including a redesign meant to make pickups easier for both drivers and riders and a new translation service with support for more than 100 languages.
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.
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.
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.
Uber, the popular and controversial app-based ridesharing service, is in the process of bringing freight shipping into its scope of business - may use driver-less trucks.
Uber's business is booming across its core markets, yet the company is still losing money and has confirmed that over the first half of 2016, $1.27 billion dollars have been lost. What's gives?
Lyft continues its drive to match Uber in the most important areas by releasing a new luxurious ride option called "Lyft Premiere", which can be called just as easily as your typical Lyft car.
A new reporting looking at Apple's R&D spending points towards large sums of money being diverted to the rumored Apple Car. Analysts also believe Apple will adopt a ride-sharing revenue model.
Texans will soon struggle to get home, as Uber and Lyft have terminated their operations in Austin. The ride-sharing services lost a legal battle to repeal a law which will see increased checks.
Uber's international ride-sharing service is beginning its service integration with Facebook's Messenger application today. Limited regions will have access to start.
After numerous legal challenges around the world, Uber will now able to legally operate in a second Australian jurisdiction after a meeting of state government cabinet earlier today.
Uber is about to have a fight on its hands with as many as 160,000 drivers in the state of California, who are all pressing the company to treat drivers better and grant direct employment.
Confirmed by way of Car2Go Germany's blog, the growing Smart car rental service is in process of creating a Windows Phone application, and you can take part in its testing.