By Spencer Soper. Amazon.com Inc. is experimenting with a new delivery service intended to make more products available for free two-day delivery and relieve…
Amazon considering the possibility of a mobile pickup program
Uber has partnered with New York’sGLAMSQUAD to bring on-demand combined hair and make-up services right to your home, office, or gym for just $40.
By: Ronald Barba. Source: Tech Cocktail NYC
Uber has launched ‘Corner Store,’ an experimental service rolling out first to DC area customers that offers pick up and delivery services on-demand instead of just transportation.
By: Darrell Etherington. Source: TechCrunch
Craft Coffee offers a coffee subscription service designed to help users discover new roasts from around the country. It partners with dozens of independent roasters to source beans and deliver them to customers.
By: Ryan Lawler. Source: TechCrunch
As the U.S. gradually softens its stance on the legality of marijuana, San Francisco-based Eaze, is offering a tech-powered delivery service it describes as a kind of Uber for medical-marijuana users.
By: Adario Strange. Source: Mashable
William “Jackrabbit” Large pulls his SUV onto the side of a downtown Seattle street, parking behind an Amazon Fresh delivery truck and carrying a product the online retailer doesn’t offer: marijuana.
By: Manual Valdes. Source: Inc.