When Uber and Lyft got together: The tech giants want to help one another

The tech giant that has grown up in the shadow of Google has a lot in common with a group of car-sharing companies in Silicon Valley that are in the process of making their own car-hailing services.

The Uber and UberX car-share companies are essentially similar to Lyft and Airbnb, two of the most popular car-service companies in the U.S. They are essentially sharing the same platform.

Uber’s founders are investors in the startups and the drivers have little incentive to take the company public.

Lyft’s founders, meanwhile, have built their own company and invested in Lyft’s parent company, Waymo, and are now the owners of Waymo’s ride-hail unit.

But unlike Lyft, Uber has a strong political and financial stake in the ridesharing companies.

UberX, for example, recently bought an investment company that is backed by Alphabet, the parent company of Google and Uber.

Uber, meanwhile is also the owner of the largest taxi brokerage in the world, The Taxi Commission.

Both Uber and Waymo also own the car-sharing apps Lyft and UberPool.

Both companies have been trying to get ride-sharing apps to merge with their own cars, a move that could eventually lead to a single-car, ride-shopping-focused service.

In February, Uber launched its own car service, UberEats, which would be similar to UberPool but allow for a faster and more efficient way to pay for food and drinks.

The company also announced plans to expand its taxi fleet to other cities and to make it easier for drivers to find a ride.

Uber is also considering a partnership with Lyft and Waygo to help the car sharing companies develop and operate their own taxi services.

In April, Lyft announced that it would allow its drivers to take part in rideshares, but that it could not provide any information about how many drivers would be involved.

UberX, which has a $1 billion valuation, also has a different approach to car sharing.

The ride-share company, which will be able to offer its own ride-harbor service in cities like New York, Chicago, Boston and Los Angeles, has been trying for years to build a car-rental marketplace that will compete with Uber and similar ride-booking platforms.

In August, Uber’s executive chairman, Travis Kalanick, unveiled the company’s plans to build the first fully autonomous cars.

Uber also has launched a pilot program in the Seattle area, where it is offering ridesharers the opportunity to drive for free for a few hours on a trial basis.

The idea of car sharing is a big opportunity for Uber, which could see a surge in growth if it succeeds in making its own rideshare services.

Lyft and other ride-renting services have already begun to see surge in traffic and profits.

But it could take time for Uber to build out its own service.

Lyft has said it plans to focus on getting ride-hare drivers to pay customers instead of taking a cut.

“Uber’s business model is to be a consumer-facing, ridehailing platform,” said Chris Lattner, an analyst at Forrester Research.

“It has to be one of the best-designed ride-service businesses around.”