Uber slashes prices for its UberX tier in New York City by 20 percent, but drivers are left making less money per ride.
The Ram Laramie is a truck with a weird message. High-plains cowboy meets tech-savvy individual, and it actually pulls it off.
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.
Livery car companies reportedly win injunction against the pilot program, which would allow potential passengers to hail a cab by putting their location information into a smartphone app.
It's official. Uber is now the first taxi-app company to operate in the Big Apple.
Uber CEO says the return of his company's taxi-summoning service is "imminent" as the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission votes in favor of a yearlong test.
Taxi commission says it has not authorized any apps for summoning taxis or paying for rides for use in city cabs.
Private car-summoning service will begin allowing New Yorkers to call for cab rides, which will be free for the first week while a regulatory hurdle is cleared.
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?
Tipping etiquette, the leap second fallout, and how to recover your phone after you've left it in the back of a cab, all on today's politically incorrect episode of The 404.