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Life after Uber: How Austin moved on from a breakup

WASHINGTON (CNNMoney) -- Nine months after Uber and Lyft pulled out of Austin, the city has put a much publicized breakup in its rear-view mirror.

A thriving, largely homegrown collection of ride-sharing apps have filled the void created when Uber and Lyft halted service on May 9 of last year.

These seven services will be in the spotlight at SXSW this week -- the biggest event since the ride-hailing exodus. Yes, visitors coming to Austin for the annual music, film and tech confere

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