Saucey expands beyond California roots as Silicon Valley-backed startups try bringing the liquor store to you.
Hampered by worker-classification lawsuits, the home-service company shuts down. Google is reportedly snatching up about 20 of its engineers.
Uber's been the big kahuna, but funding for on-demand apps is booming overall -- and the deal-making looks likely to intensify this year.
The Westbend On Demand Hot Air Popcorn Popper stores popcorn and measures portions when it's time to pop. It couldn't be easier.
The app serves up some 600 films, many of them not available on Netflix, Hulu, or anywhere else.
Binge watchers rejoice: Foxtel is making more full seasons of TV programs available via on-demand, including Game of Thrones and Veep.
A California judge rules that the employee vs. independent-contractor case that was limited to three drivers can now be expanded to thousands of drivers.
Amping up their partnership, users can now immediately click and hear tracks licensed by Spotify on Last.fm's own site.
Word has it that Oscar Salazar has been working to create a startup for the "1 percent" that will send doctors on home visits.