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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.
Private-car summoning service launches pilot program allowing taxi customers to use a smartphone app to request a cab. But the app won't accept payments, at least at first.
A deputy commissioner at the New York Taxi & Limousine Commission also says the Hailo hailing app should be approved this week and join just-approved rival app Uber.
After foot-dragging by the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission, a pilot program that lets users summon a taxi with a smartphone app is becoming a reality.
The private car-summoning service delivers its cab-hailing program to San Francisco after acquiescing to regulatory resistance in New York.
Taxi use in the city has tumbled by 65 percent over the last year -- much of this is attributed to the growing use of ride-sharing services.
Not being able to keep up with Uber and Lyft, the taxi e-hailing service abandons operations in North America.
Uber's Asian expansion hit a snag in South Korea as Seoul's city government claims the service is illegal under current laws.
The car-hailing app is working on an upcoming car-pool feature that will let people shares rides and split the cost.
We flagged down Caspar Woolley, the co-founder of international taxi app Hailo, to talk taxis, apps, and Uber.