Turns out plane-sharing and ride-sharing are not at all the same.
The finger-pointing continues between the ride-sharing services, which both accuse the other of ordering and canceling thousands of rides.
Lyft says that Uber employees have ordered and cancelled thousands of Lyft rides since last fall, hurting its business.
Uber beat Lyft to the punch on the announcement, but Lyft’s carpooling feature is a fully realized product.
UberPool connects riders who live in the same area to save everyone money.
The on-demand e-hail app is expanding options with sedan and black car service.
Execs have long used Uber to get to meetings or the airport, but now the car-hailing app is making it easier to expense those rides.
An industrious engineer figured out how to see his Uber score, but the company quickly killed the work-around.
In New York, Lyft drivers won’t be regular people accepting donations for rides. They’ll be taxi drivers.
Because taxis suck.