Emerging Technologies

These tiny electric tuk-tuks are taking on Uber in Stockholm

Bzzt offers an Uber-like service, but instead of cars it uses tiny electric mopeds. Image: REUTERS/Gleb Garanich - RTX1WOFS

Tom Turula

Journalist, Business Insider

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