E-Commerce Delivery, Rideshare Vehicles Intensify San Francisco TrafficE-commerce deliver trucks and ridesharing vehicles may be intensifying San Francisco's traffic woes.
Google, Chipotle Testing Burrito Drone DeliveriesFlying burritos will soon be a reality over Virginia Tech.
Hot Dog Food Delivery Service Expanding Service To Western StatesFor the dog lovers who are too busy to cook for Fido, but still want them to have a hot meal, an 8-month-old startup that delivers hot food to pets is expanding its service to all western states.
Drone Makes First-Ever Package Delivery In Nevada TownA drone has successfully delivered a package to a residential location in a small Nevada town in what its maker and the governor of the state said Friday was the first fully autonomous urban drone delivery in the U.S.
Uber Rolls Out 'Uber Eats' App For San Francisco Food DeliveryUber is hoping to make an impact on the meal delivery business in San Francisco.
Bad Weather Causes #FedExFail - Customers Still Waiting For Christmas Gifts'Twas the day after Christmas... and some people were still waiting for their FedEx packages to arrive.
CEO: Pizza Hut Needs To Be More Like UberYum CEO Greg Creed thinks he figured out why sales at Pizza Hut have gone cold: The chain needs to be more like San Francisco-based car-hailing service Uber.
Amazon Shows Off Prototype Drone That Would Deliver Items Within 30 MinutesAlmost two years after revealing its plans to deliver packages via drone, Amazon released video of a drone that would deliver items to customers within 30 minutes.
In-N-Out Burger Files Lawsuit Against Delivery App DoorDashKnown for their Double Doubles, fries and shakes, In-N-Out Burger is suing Bay Area-based DoorDash, over concerns about the freshness of food delivered by the service.
Amazon Likes Uber's ModelAmazon is borrowing from Uber's playbook, hiring part-time delivery drivers who can deliver as much as they want to, when they want.
7-Eleven Stores To Start Delivering 'Date Night' & 'Hangover' Supplies7-Eleven stores are launching a new delivery service.
Amazon Says Drones Would Deliver Packages In 30 Minutes Or LessBorrowing a pizza delivery motto, online retail giant Amazon told Congress Wednesday it is developing the technology to use drones to deliver packages in 30 minutes or less, a broad expansion of unmanned flight that is raising concerns about safety, security and privacy.