Alphabet, the parent of Google, has invested $1 billion in Lyft. The move is seen as a black eye to Uber.
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Lyft is working with engineers and city planners on ways to reduce urban congestion using more ride hailing and car sharing programs in the future.
Alphabet, the parent company of Google, is poised to invest a billion dollars in ride hailing service Lyft. Several years ago, it was an early investor in Uber. What’s going on?
Lyft has unveiled a package of new features designed to make drivers happier and help them earn more money.
Tipping can be a life saver for the Uber or Lyft driver to help offset costs of fuel, time, wear and tear on the car, plus extra insurance.
The way Uber has responded to the Trump administration’s immigration ban and the resulting protest by cab drivers at JFK airport has caused some people to start a protest against Uber itself. That movement now has its own Facebook page.
At the Q3 earnings call this week, Elon Musk said that the proposed Tesla Network for sharing self driving cars is not Tesla vs Uber but rather “People versus Uber.”
Uber has been hostile to the idea of price comparison software that allows customers to see quotes from competitors, but Google has just added such a feature to its Maps application.
A new ride hailing service near Los Angeles caters exclusively to women. Billed as an alternative to Uber and Lyft, it is Called See Jane Go. It is owned by women. All its drivers are women. And it only transports woman passengers. Children are welcome, but men are not allowed in its cars unless accompanied by […]
Uber and Lyft have shut down their operations in the city of Austin. They have been replaced by a peer to peer group on Facebook.
Shared mobility will be a more than $2 trillion market by 2030 says a team of analysts at Morgan Stanley. But who, if anyone, will be driving the cars that drive us?
BMW is rethinking its i division in the face of disappointing sales for its i3 electric car. It says it will now focus on autonomous driving technology for cars that drive themselves.
Online carpooling apps like UberPOOL are exploding in popularity. Traditional car makers are eager to get a foothold in the market segment as they explore other revenue streams.
Toyota is making a small investment in Uber and will offer its drivers an opportunity to lease a Toyota vehicle and pay for with their earnings from the ride sharing company.
Cruise Automation has begun testing Chevy Bolt cars equipped with autonomous driving cameras and sensors on the streets of San Francisco.
Chevrolet says it will test an autonomous driving taxi service based upon it Chevy Bolt electric car in an unnnamed American city in 2017.