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Uber is evolving the way the world moves. By seamlessly connecting riders to drivers through our apps, we make cities more accessible, opening up more possibilities for riders and more business for drivers. From our founding in 2009 to our launches in over 400+ cities today, Uber's rapidly expanding global presence continues to bring people and their cities closer.

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UBER SUBPOENAS GITHUB AFTER DRIVER DATA BREACH

None | March 02, 2015

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Taxi servive Uber has subpoenad GitHub in a bid to find out the identity of the person who managed to illegally access its database of drivers’ details, exposing up to 50,000 of them last year....

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AMAZON ECHO OR 'ALEXA' UBER UPDATE SHOWS IOT'S STRENGTH

Amazon | February 07, 2016

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Amazon has repeatedly tried to position itself as one of the "go to" platforms on world-wide web, the online shopping giant, a place which is used by billions of people across the world to buy cheaper items. But Amazon didn't stop there. After competing with established names like Apple, Samsung and Google in the smartphones and tablet computers categories, Amazon, which is based in Seattle, has proceeded to a much more personal business. In 2014, the company ...

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UBER PRIVACY SCARE AFTER LOST ITEMS RECORDS GO PUBLIC

None | February 13, 2015

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"Controversial online taxi booking service Uber has been making headlines for the wrong reasons again after accidentally exposing sensitive information about some of its users on a public site. The firm’s lost and found records were accidentally published to the public-facing web for a few hours this week, as spotted by Vice Magazine’s Motherboard site."...

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SELF-DRIVING UBER CAR STRIKES AND KILLS ARIZONA WOMAN, UBER HALTS TESTS

iottechnews | March 19, 2018

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A self-driving Uber car has struck and killed a woman in Tempe, Arizona, in what is believed to be the first known death of a pedestrian from an autonomous vehicle.As reported by the New York Times, the Uber vehicle did have a human safety driver on board but was in autonomous mode when the collision occurred, according to a statement from Tempe police. The woman was taken to hospital but later died of her injuries.global Industrial Internet of Things market is growing at a rapid rate, permeatin...

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UBER SUBPOENAS GITHUB AFTER DRIVER DATA BREACH

None | March 02, 2015

Taxi servive Uber has subpoenad GitHub in a bid to find out the identity of the person who managed to illegally access its database of drivers’ details, exposing up to 50,000 of them last year....

Read More
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AMAZON ECHO OR 'ALEXA' UBER UPDATE SHOWS IOT'S STRENGTH

Amazon | February 07, 2016

Amazon has repeatedly tried to position itself as one of the "go to" platforms on world-wide web, the online shopping giant, a place which is used by billions of people across the world to buy cheaper items. But Amazon didn't stop there. After competing with established names like Apple, Samsung and Google in the smartphones and tablet computers categories, Amazon, which is based in Seattle, has proceeded to a much more personal business. In 2014, the company ...

Read More
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UBER PRIVACY SCARE AFTER LOST ITEMS RECORDS GO PUBLIC

None | February 13, 2015

"Controversial online taxi booking service Uber has been making headlines for the wrong reasons again after accidentally exposing sensitive information about some of its users on a public site. The firm’s lost and found records were accidentally published to the public-facing web for a few hours this week, as spotted by Vice Magazine’s Motherboard site."...

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SELF-DRIVING UBER CAR STRIKES AND KILLS ARIZONA WOMAN, UBER HALTS TESTS

iottechnews | March 19, 2018

A self-driving Uber car has struck and killed a woman in Tempe, Arizona, in what is believed to be the first known death of a pedestrian from an autonomous vehicle.As reported by the New York Times, the Uber vehicle did have a human safety driver on board but was in autonomous mode when the collision occurred, according to a statement from Tempe police. The woman was taken to hospital but later died of her injuries.global Industrial Internet of Things market is growing at a rapid rate, permeatin...

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