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Uber Just Lost Its License to Operate in London Thanks to Fraudulent Drivers

Uber has lost its license to operate in London, which with more than 3.5 million riders is one of its biggest markets globally.

Uber to Record Audio During Rides

Riders and drivers can record audio for each trip, but only Uber customer support agents will be able to listen to the recordings 'to better understand an incident.'

Uber Self-driving Car Involved in Fatal Crash Couldn't Detect Jaywalkers

In findings from the National Transportation Safety Board, the vehicle's system failed to detect pedestrians who were not crossing in a designated crosswalk.

'Uber Pet' Will Let Drivers Know Your Furry Friend Is Coming Too

Now, you can give your driver a heads up you will be bringing a pet along.

What It's Like Inside Uber's Innovation Space

The company's Advanced Technologies Group's new office fosters collaboration inside and out of work.

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