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.
The Nissan NV200 van is easily convertible to all-electric in case city decides to make taxi fleet all EVs. The deal also includes 100 Nissan Leafs.
Having just returned from New York City, I wonder whether I find New York so intense because that's just how it is or because I tend to overbook my schedule, trying to squeeze in an ambitious number of meetings.
CNET UK pits the world's most advanced robots against one very sleep-deprived tech reporter covering CES.
Everyone's a comedian on April 1st, even your favorite automaker.
At the 2010 Game Developers Conference, artists, programmers, and designers are sharing their best ideas on the future of gaming.
Enough with those cute kids who say silly things, AT&T's new ad campaign offers two nerdy engineers who make sure that your network is wonderful and offer lovely chatup lines.
After a lawsuit put a yearlong e-hail pilot program on hold, taxi-hailing app startups like Uber, GetTaxi, and Hailo are now given a green light.
It's official. Uber is now the first taxi-app company to operate in the Big Apple.