Two Sydney food delivery riders have been killed within one week of each other, prompting fresh concerns over the gig economy's work safety practices.
- by Nick Bonyhady and Tom Rabe
Although the pandemic has delayed their plans, the head of Uber in Australia insists the company is on track to launch an air service in the next five years.
- by Stuart Layt
The propagation of dangerous, damaging content is a feature not a bug of these networks.
- by Peter Lewis
Mask slackers will now have to provide photographic proof they're wearing a face covering before boarding an Uber in America.
The ridesharing giant is facing the threat of regulation in Victoria, but wants the issue handled nationally.
- by Nick Bonyhady
Self-driving pioneer Anthony Levandowski had once been feted by companies such as Google and Uber for his engineering expertise. But his ego and greed led to his spectacular fall from grace, and turned him into a Silicon Valley cautionary tale.
- by Kate Conger
Ride-share services in Melbourne will be restricted under stage four lockdowns prompting Uber and Didi to sharpen their focus on delivery offerings.
- by Cara Waters
Twitter accounts of Joe Biden, Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos Twitter were the target of organised hacks.
- by Rachel Lerman, Cat Zakrzewski and Joseph Marks
Sydneysiders swung back to social life faster than Melburnians, who were more cautious to travel post-lockdown, according to rideshare giant Uber.
- by Tom Rabe
Uber has announced it has acquired Postmates for $US2.65 billion to expand its food delivery market share and significantly increase the business of supplying everyday goods.
- by Subrat Patnaik and Tina Bellon