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Crunch Report | Comcast Launches Xfinity XFi

Today’s Stories  Comcast invests in mesh router maker Plume, launches Xfinity xFi for managing your home’s wireless network John Oliver reminds us that Net Neutrality is still under siege Fac

Prepared food distribution service Power Supply rebrands as Territory and raises $6.7 million

If you thought the world didn't need another prepared food distribution and delivery service, apparently you'd be wrong, as the newly minted startup Territory has managed to pull in $6.7 million for i

Food startup Maple shuts down operations in New York to join Deliveroo

Maple, the prepared food delivery startup that had raised over $25 million, tried to differentiate itself from other startups by owning the whole process of the food cycle from sourcing the food, to

Momofuku’s David Chang launches Ando, a delivery-only restaurant

And now, the moment all foodies in New York have been waiting for… David Chang, owner of the wildly popular line of Momofuku restaurants, is today launching Ando, the latest to join the franchis

Blue Apron, Sweetgreen and Maple founders on how to grow your food startup

The food industry is going through an interesting shift in the U.S. We're moving away from an era of processed food and microwave meals, to one where people are increasingly concerned about the kinds

Sweetgreen’s Nicolas Jammet, Maple’s Caleb Merkl and Blue Apron’s Matt Salzberg to cook up a storm at Disrupt NY 2016

It’s safe to say that everyone can get down with food. That’s probably why the tech industry has seen so many startups — some more successful than others — attempting to tap into the f

Maple Launches In NYC’s Financial District With A Fresh Approach To Food Delivery

I've got a pretty bad addiction to restaurant delivery service Seamless, but even I'll admit it's not perfect — sometimes there's a long wait for food that shows up cold, and sometimes I get stuck i

HTC Maple to be revealed next month?

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/0021.jpg">HTC’s most BlackBerry-like device yet, the Maple (see previous coverage here) may poke its head out of wherever cell phones n