180°
Submitted by AgentWhite 941d ago | news

A Feisty Start-Up Is Met With Regulatory Snarl

The New York Times : Summoning a taxi or car service with your smartphone feels like the future. City governments around the world can agree on that. But many of them are proposing new rules that would run Uber, one of the most prominent ride-requesting apps, off the road. (Phones, Services, Smartphone)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Sprint's CEO is sick of T-Mobile's "Uncarrier bullshit"

3h ago - John Legere, T-Mobile's eccentric bad boy CEO is getting some heat again, and this time it's comi... | Industry
20°

How are memories created? Study by University of Leicester and UCLA finds out

4h ago - NRM: "While we've figured out many aspects of human life through scientific endeavour, one of the... | Culture
Ad

Follow TechSpy on Twitter

Now - You can now follow TechSpy on twitter and get the hottest news of the day as well as early contest announcements. | Promoted post
30°

Bionic breakthrough for paralysed patients

4h ago - BBC Inside Out reports on the bionic breakthrough which gives new hope to people who have been pa... | Hi-tech
30°

Astronomers predict fireworks from a close encounter of the stellar kind

4h ago - Astronomers are predicting a close encounter between a stellar remnant the size of a city and one... | Culture
20°

Quantum-dot spectrometer is small enough to function within a smartphone

4h ago - Instruments that measure the properties of light, known as spectrometers, are widely used in phys... | Hi-tech