Tag : Uber
In response to allegations that it stole trade secrets from Alphabet Inc.’s Waymo, Uber says it is in fact using off-the-shelf technology in its self-driving cars.
Reports indicate that Uber is suspending its entire self-driving car program while it investigates a crash involving one of its vehicles in Tempe, Arizona.
We currently have 980 vendors with more than 29,000 ratings. And they are all verified. That means rated by dealers like you, no spam, no fluff.
The turmoil surrounding ride-hailing company Uber is increasing with the departure of president Jeff Jones, a marketing expert who was hired to help soften the company’s often abrasive image.
As the use of ride-sharing services continues to grow, Uber and Lyft are testing programs that could pose further threats to dealerships and their traditional vehicle sales models, while opening up potential new marketing opportunities for local businesses.
Waymo, the self-driving car company spun out of Google’s X research lab, claims that its intellectual property has been stolen by one of its previous employees, Anthony Levandowski.
DSU brings real results to real dealers. Find out how you can achieve these results, and more, at your store.
We’ve reported previously about Uber’s interest in putting partially autonomous vehicles on the road as part of their ride-sharing service.
Uber has admitted that there is a problem with the way its autonomous vehicles cross bike lanes, which is raising serious questions about the safety of cyclists.
Uber has been ordered by California state regulators to stop using self-driving cars in San Francisco until it secures the necessary permit issued by the state to allow companies to test autonomous vehicles on public roads.
Uber is researching “vertical take off and landing” (VTOL) technology, which would allow Uber riders to beat city traffic by taking an air service.
Uber provided rides to news agencies earlier this week, and initial reports appear to be very positive.
Is Google on its way to competing with Uber and Lyft in the world of ride-sharing?