NYC taxis set to launch an app of their own, one billion people visit Facebook in a day, Chrome sets end date for Flash support and HTC's Vive VR headset gets delayed.
New York cab companies are set to launch an app of their own, one billion people visit Facebook in a day, Chrome sets end date for Flash support, and HTC's Vive VR headset is delayed.
The loudest protest so far against smartphone-era car services involves burning tires, blocked traffic, riot police and an assault on a celebrity taking an Uber ride from the airport.
Cabbies hold a protest at the ride-hailing company's San Francisco headquarters in hopes of catching the attention of the US Conference of Mayors.
The taxi app and Uber rival rebrands, and will also let you order a variety of third-party services.
The city's iconic black cabs brought roads to a standstill in a protest against what drivers see as unfair regulation of the industry.
We flagged down Caspar Woolley, the co-founder of international taxi app Hailo, to talk taxis, apps, and Uber.
The Uber competitor is showing strong growth in Southeast Asia, with 400,000 active monthly users and two bookings made every second.
The merger of Kuadi Dache and Didi Dache is set to dominate smartphone-based transport services in the country.
Reports say Google is working on its own version of Uber while Uber is mimicking Google with its own self-driving cars. Meanwhile, we wait for the Samsung Galaxy S6 to be revealed next month.