The W Hotel in New York knows that happy couples need to ensure all their social media sites have breaking updates of their nuptials. So, it offers them a specialist for that very purpose.
Offering convenient and cheaper ways to access tailored services like ordering a private car, renting out a vacation home, or running personal errands, the "concierge economy" rose to a new level in 2012.
Aiming to be a one-stop shop for vacationers looking to find -- and book -- great things to do, the San Francisco startup funded by heavyweights like Twitter founder Jack Dorsey launched today.
Siri may not be able to understand Asian accents, but Singaporeans need not fret. They now have Def!nd, which can do some things Siri cannot.
Apple is rumored to be releasing a new iPhone app that will help customers manage their retail premium memberships and appointments at Apple retail stores.
Vertu's phone encrypts your calls, comes with a concierge service, is packed full of the best tech around and gets you into the most exclusive clubs.
Using a Mad-Libs format, the app promises to find you the right dining or nightlife fit. Cool, but can we at least get an indication of how much money it'll set us back?
AskSunday puts personal assistants on standby to perform your research and other tasks.
The 1 percent can still feel superior with the £3,300 Tag Heuer Merediist 2, with dual screens and 24-hour concierge service.
Oh, you thought weddings were expensive? You probably didn't hire a "social media concierge" for $3,000. Yes, it's a thing. That story plus the world's first cybernetics-assisted Olympics, called the Cybathlon; an app that sends someone to the post office for you; and checking in with the Million Dollar Homepage nine years after the fact.