Ride-hailing vehicles with passengers in busy Manhattan will collect a $2.75 fee starting Jan. 1 to reduce traffic, raise money.
U.S. President Donald Trump and members of his Republican Party, Facebook, Google and Twitter Inc. are biased against them.
In the U.S, Many Complaints About Big Tech, Little Action
How One AI Startup Decided to Embrace Military Work, Despite Controversy
Ninebot makes unicycles and other odd-looking artifacts of the transportation future. It didn’t see the scooter boom coming.
Putting a floor under their earnings adds a level of financial security that has been notably lacking from the gig economy.
US Army immediately becomes one of Microsoft’s most important HoloLens consumers with the contract.
Sell-Off Prompts Soul Searching: Have We Reached Peak Tech?
Lime Wants to Spread 1,500 Shared Cars Around Seattle
Ford Motor said it acquired Spin, a San Francisco-based scooter-sharing company.
Scooter Company Lime Hires a Chief Operating Officer
Lime, Segway Trade Blame Over Flaming Scooters
Three Democrats Are Buying Almost All the Campaign Ads on Twitter
Gab, an Online Haven for White Supremacists, Plots Its Future
Can the Guy Who Fixed Twitter’s Fail Whale Save the DNC?
Magic Leap Will Make Its Case to Developers at Conference
An incentive program points to the company’s ambitions beyond ride-hailing.
Magic Leap is Bidding on an Army Combat Contract
VC Firm Social Capital Says It's Not Taking More Outside Money
Win the Future set out to reinvigorate the Democratic Party. Instead it built a quiz app.
Bike-sharing hasn’t had a revolutionary effect in most U.S. cities.