GrubHub, DoorDash, and Caviar all sued for failing to offer employee benefits

GrubHub-Logo-newOn-demand food service apps GrubHub, DoorDash, and Caviar are all being sued with separate lawsuits in San Francisco. The lawsuits are over employee benefits, claiming the services failed to offer employee benefits while still treating the workers as full-time. Failing to cover things like reimbursements for gas, parking and phone data.

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Trulia joins the Material Design party and harnesses Google’s Nearby technology


Today, Trulia makes the transition over to a redesigned Android app that follows Google’s Material Design guidelines. The service which connects the various people of buying and selling real estate wanted to meet its already simple and intuitive mobile interface with Google’s way of demonstrating elegance while maintaining functionality.

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Khan Academy finally, kind of available on Android


Online learning platform Khan Academy has finally moved onto the Android platform, although users will find they are still limited in what they can do on Android powered devices. Khan Academy says they are committed to providing “a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere” and in pursuing that goal, they noted that 30% of their users’ sessions were being completed on mobile devices. With that in mind, Khan Academy has announced an update to their iPhone app and a new Android app available in the Google Play Store. Read more

Uber launches new carpooling service in China


Uber has just launched a brand new long-distance carpooling application called UberCommute. This service enables drivers to pick up as well as debark passengers en route to a destination and split the overall cost of the trip between them. The company has revealed that the facility is currently only available in Chengdu, China, for the time being, but is set to launch in other major cities around the world in the not-too-distant future.

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