By Peter Loh article ByPeter LohUber is trying to be cool with its new logo.
The San Francisco-based company, which has been a mainstay in the tech world for decades, is putting up a billboard with a large, black-and-white image of an uber cab on Tuesday in the form of a cab in front of a giant billboard in Los Angeles, California.
The ad is being released on the same day that Google is unveiling a new logo that will feature a truck and a bike as a way to make it easier for people to find the company on Google Maps.
The new logo, which was unveiled last week by Uber and will be released on Monday, will include a large “x” on top of the word “uber” and the Uber logo in blue, orange and yellow.
It will be available at participating Uber ridesharing apps on Wednesday.
Uber says the new logo will be “a fun, playful way to celebrate the company and its drivers” and is a way for the company to communicate with its customers.
Uber will also be rolling out a new app in the coming weeks that will give users a new way to share information about their ride.
Uber also released a new video, which is a part of its advertising campaign for the new branding, featuring the new Uber logo and a ride.
“We know we have some work to do to reach more riders and grow our business, but we’re excited to make the new brand even more relevant for our customers and drivers,” said Anthony Noto, head of digital marketing for Uber in a statement.
Uber was a pioneer in the world of ride-hailing when it launched in 1999.
It is now one of the biggest ride-sharing companies in the U.S., having more than 2.5 million drivers across the country.
It has become one of Silicon Valley’s largest companies with revenues of $4.2 billion.
The company has had some rough patches in recent years.
In August, it was forced to shut down its app after it was found to be in violation of California’s ride-booking laws, which include requiring that drivers show proof of insurance before booking a ride and requiring that the driver give his or her name and address to customers.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles revoked Uber’s drivers licenses in September 2016 after they were found to have falsified data to show that Uber drivers were paid less than the minimum wage.
Uber did not immediately respond to a request for comment.