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Microsoft Selling Some Of Its Map Data Technology To Uber

Posted on July 1, 2015
Microsoft confirmed June 29 that it will stop collecting its own map data, though it plans to continue to offer Bing Maps using data licensed from partners.


As part of the move, Microsoft is selling some of its technology to ride service Uber, which will also take on 100 workers who had been working for the software giant.

Recode.net article here

Related Topics: business deals, mapping & routing, mergers & acquisitions, mobile applications, mobile technology, TNCs, Uber

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