Volvo and Uber have jointly developed and revealed a production-ready autonomous Volvo XC90 that uses Uber’s own self-driving technology.
The EU’s top court has ruled that uber should be regulated like a transport company and not like a technology company acting as an intermediary.
Last Friday, London told Uber it is unfit to run a taxi service and that it will be stripped of its licence at the end of this week… Uber is appealing the decision.
Holden has launched its new car-sharing platform, Maven, which the brand claims is a “game-changing enabler for the sharing economy”.
Holden has confirmed its testing its Maven car-sharing operation via Uber in Australia, allowing customers to rent its vehicles for use with Uber.
Uber has suspended its autonomous driving program after one of its vehicles was involved in a collision across the weekend – no-one was hurt.
Two subjects have been regulars during my airport taxi rides recently: Uber and the end of the Australian made car industry.
Uber has expanded its autonomous vehicle project with Volvo and is now running a modified XC90 around San Francisco, USA.
Volkswagen has launched its new ‘sustainable mobility’ brand MOIA at Tech Crunch Disrupt in London.
Volvo and Uber have announced they will join forces to “develop next-generation autonomous driving cars.”
Uber. It’s become a byword for digital disruption, but it’s practicality and efficiency for occasional users that it should be better known for… Here’s a beginners guide to Uber.