The San Francisco ridesharing firm will position itself right next to listings for cram schools, real estate services, and massage parlors.
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Indian taxi service providers drive to deliver easy, cashless rides by automating payments through in-app mobile wallets.
Uber is going full force into the business space. Competitors beware.
One rule will cover the use of a whole slew of mobile communication devices, such as tablets and smartphones, while driving.
Gree not saying sayonara to games, looks for the ‘next big trend’ with diverse investments (#StartupAsia)
It might seem random to most, but naturally Tanaka has his reasons.
Executives from four Bitcoin firms called out twelve Philippine companies to accept the cryptocurrency.
It faces competition from Uber, GrabTaxi, and Easy Taxi. But it'll have an easier ride than the US market.
When the Uber team flashes the #UberEverywhere hashtag, they mean it. Just days after launching in four Indian cities simultaneously, the S...
A nimble startup is targeting a blind spot of India’s ecommerce giants, and pulling the rug from under their feet
While the big cats of ecommerce fight it out for leadership stakes in India, a jackal may run off with the spoils - mobile commerce innovato...
If you run a startup that has anything to do with cars in China, then there’s a pretty good chance you got funded recently.
What you may not know: Uber charges as much as 30 percent for tips on a cab ride. But it only applies in one country.
Another taxi app enters the cab booking arena in Singapore. This time it's Uber, which previously only allowed users to book private vehicle...
Let’s not end up on the news, guys.
Olacabs in India now comes in three flavours: Mini, Sedan, and Prime. The Sedan and Mini were already running; now Prime targets an addition...
An association representing the local taxi industry is calling for action against Uber.
Starting today, Seoul residents looking to ferry passengers around the city can sign up to become an UberX driver during a temporary testing...
Their arrival in Asia continues to be fraught with resistance from all quarters - governments, taxi companies, and even banks.