We get a hands-on look of OnStar's new app developer API in action and a demo of the first app partner, RelayRides
Look out, Zipcar--Relay Rides is mounting a big push to unseat the popular car-sharing company.
OnStar users will be able to rent their cars through RelayRides using the remote lock/unlock feature of OnStar, giving GM some exposure to peer-to-peer car-sharing services.
The San Francisco-based car-sharing start-up plans to use its new investments to expand its service area and attract more members.
Automotive News reports on a new car-sharing service.
Flush with cash from an undisclosed Google Ventures investment, RelayRides launched a peer-to-peer car-sharing service in the Bay Area that can turn every idle car into a rental.
RelayRides car-sharing service is the first in line to develop for GM's newly opened OnStar app API.
The in-vehicle concierge is opening up its previously closed API to new apps. First up, the RelayRides car-sharing service.
At CES, the company says developers can hitch a ride on its car-based infotainment service. First up, RelayRides. Next: Angry Birds?
Ride-sharing startup enables users to sell or book empty seats over long distances. SmartPlanet looks at how the company uses Facebook to connect drivers and passengers.