In today's biggest tech stories, Amazon's releasing a new premium Echo, Lyft offers upfront fares and Cyber Monday proves the hype is real.
Technically Incorrect: In a new ad campaign, Lyft paints Uber's senior management as slick, unpleasant oafs.
Tossing the pink mustache, the ride-hailing company unveils a rainbow-colored taxi light to help drivers better connect with passengers.
Today's tech wrapper includes new studies about racial discrimination in the ride-sharing world, Giphy's new valuation and the plan to transfer President Obama's Twitter handle to the next commander in chief.
Black passengers using ride-hailing apps reportedly have longer wait times and more canceled rides than white passengers.
The ride-hailing company plans to use its massive data analysis to take on rivals outside its home turf of China.
Serving up 17 million rides a month, the ride-hailing service says it continues to take market share from competitor Uber.
With just a few taps you can call an Uber or reserve a tablet without ever leaving the Maps app.
The Editors' Choice-winning Amazon Echo Dot is back and even better than before -- all for almost half the price of the original.
Waze Rider is expanding as an alternative to Uber and Lyft. It's less expensive than its rivals, but there's a limit to how much you can use it.
Governor Jerry Brown signs a new law that will fine ride-hailing companies up to $5,000 per driver if those drivers are found to have criminal histories.
Lyft's co-founder thinks car ownership will die by 2025, and Audi will reportedly suspend its R&D chief over Dieselgate.
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