The ongoing saga around approving taxi hailing apps in New York City is beginning to resemble a wild ride in one of the city’s taxis.
Hailo, a mobile cab-hailing app, raised $30 million in its second round of funding and plans on opening its services in New York this month. It ill have fierce competition, however, from Uber.
Guest Post Cab hailing service Uber Taxi is shutting down its experiment in New York City. Here’s why.
Following a tussle with the TLC, mobile car service startup Uber officially discontinued taxi service in New York.
We’ve reported on how Jack Dorsey has been able to fulfill his lifelong love affair with dispatch systems by having credit card readers from his company, Square, installed in the back of 30 NYC taxi cabs. It’s part of a pilot program the city hopes will drive down fees. Today the company showed off its new custom design for NY cabbies: an iPad encased in black metal with a vertical slot for swiping credit cards. You can see it above.