The ride-hailing service must contend with Chinese government crackdowns and disgruntled cabbies. Can it win on both fronts?
“Now I will only take Uber as a last ditch option.”
The theory is quite simple: Uber, along with other ride-hailing startups, will decrease carbon emissions in cities where it operates by lessening people’s reliance on personal automobiles. But does it stack up?
Meet the people who, for one reason or another, refuse to use the taxi app.
While startups sell us hyperloops, public transit burns.
The first Hyperloop test was an awesome success.
In this postcard from the future, Eric Spiegelman, the president of the Los Angeles Taxi Commission, envisions how automated taxicabs will fundamentally reshape the city he loves.
BraiQ wants to use bio sensors to teach you to trust your self-driving car.
The Volocopter, an aircraft designed to be as simple to fly as a car is to drive, has reached another milestone.
To provide some perspective to see how a country of 1.2 billion people gets around, I tried my best to document the different modes of transport during my journey.