Indhumathi D

Fantasy comes true
The groundwork for launching flying cars has been accelerated. Technology has already disrupted the taxi sector to the core, and more is happening across the industry. It is time for taxi to take the new incarnation as flying taxi. While the research is going on over the concept for years, many industry giants have announced that the flying taxis will be commercialized soon and will be on road (on air!) in a five-to-ten year duration.

Arun Kumar

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In Montreal, taxi drivers have started protest against the on demand taxi services uber & lyft earlier this week. Taxi and limousine drivers in Toronto, Montreal & other cities were argued against to uber for depleting their business and also they wants uber should be regulated as like a traditional taxis for continue operating in Canada.

Arun Kumar

Before the emergence of technology, what was our transporation like in our cities? How did we manage congestion in traffic. Even if we had light traffic, did we have vacant parking spaces, cars empty? With the advent of smartphones and apps it has changed a lot better. Life has changed to many especially after the internet pervasion and geo satellite locating capabilities.