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The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Uber Eats now offers nationwide shipping

Customers can have food from more than a dozen restaurants shipped anywhere in the continental U.S.


Seattle mandates higher pay for third-party delivery drivers

Drivers in the city will be guaranteed the minimum hourly wage plus expenses under the first-of-its-kind legislation.

Tech Check: DoorDash and Grubhub have lost much of their value amid slowing demand and a harsh economy. Is the market overcorrecting?

The delivery-only concept developed with "MasterChef" contestants will offer gourmet American comfort food starting this week in 20 markets.

The Asian chain has been developing the Panda Auto Wok (PAW) since 2015 and has already installed it in 120 stores.

The burrito chain is partnering with payment network Flexa to make it happen, becoming possibly the largest restaurant chain in the U.S. to take digital currency.

The deal accelerates DoorDash's international growth plans, but investors balked after a projected slowdown in Wolt's sales.

Features like out-of-stock alerts and exclusive items separate brands like Starbucks and Taco Bell from the rest of the pack, according to a new report from Incisiv.

The chicken sandwich chain said it is testing autonomous delivery robots in a limited number of locations in California, Texas and Florida.

Smaller robots, self-delivery and more leapt onto our radar during the event this week in Chicago.

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