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cab

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You can now pay for a Hailo cab without cash even if you hailed on the street

Cab app Hailo has hit the road to take on Uber with new features after quitting the US earlier this month.

By 24 October 2014

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Nokia gets back in the game with an Android tablet in CNET UK podcast 411

Nokia is back with the N1 tablet, Jolla is taking your money, and GPS satellites are looking for dark matter in the cosmic cracks.

By 22 November 2014

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Uber and Spotify set to announce partnership?

A new setup will let ride-sharers listen to their Spotify tunes when they climb into an Uber vehicle, according to a report.

By 16 November 2014

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2013 Ram 3500 Laramie Longhorn Crew Cab 4X4

The Ram Laramie is a truck with a weird message. High-plains cowboy meets tech-savvy individual, and it actually pulls it off.

By 4 July 2013

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Guy says his iPhone 6 bent -- and caught on fire

What happens when an iPhone bends too much? One man says his bent so much it punctured the battery and caught fire, causing second-degree burns to his leg.

By 21 October 2014

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Can a phone replace your wallet? I went shopping to find out.

CNET editor Sharon Profis takes Apple Pay, Google Wallet and PayPal for a test drive and compares the options.

By 21 October 2014

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Hailo jumps ship in US after facing cutthroat competition

Unable to keep up with Uber and Lyft, the taxi e-hailing service abandons operations in North America.

By 15 October 2014

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How risky is your Uber ride? Maybe more than you think

When you agree to Uber's terms and conditions, you basically sign your life away, consumer advocates say. So then, what happens when a driver hits you on the head with a hammer, as one passenger claims?

By 8 October 2014

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Cab-hailing apps get green light in NYC

Appellate court lifts injunction against city's pilot program allowing users to hail yellow cabs via smartphone. Good news for services like Uber and its devoted user base.

By 7 June 2013

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Tech that nags drivers: It's about safety (and GDP)

In an interview with CNET, Seeing Machines CEO Ken Kroeger says data collected by his company's eye- and head-tracking tech, which is reportedly being put in GM cars, is only for the driver (currently).

By 16 September 2014