The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Burger King fires up video in support of net neutrality

The marketing play is the latest in the chain’s cinema verite-style of viral videos.


This week’s restaurant nightmares: Bad bets

Good intentions don't always yield anything approximating good results. And reason doesn't stand a chance against a juicy though absolutely crazy rumor, as Starbucks can attest.

Jeffrey Gates gets a $12,000 monthly bill from OpenTable for accepting online reservations for the seven Boston-area restaurants in the Aquitaine Group.

Chef Robert Irvine is better known for his performances before a stove or TV camera than for what he does at a computer keyboard. But the celebrity chef will reveal his ease at the digital screen when he delivers a keynote address at the upcoming FSTEC NexGen conference on paperless restaurant and bar management.

How restaurants are delivering high-touch service in a high-tech, self-serve world.

The appeal of labor-scheduling software over rudimentary spreadsheets for restaurants is clear: it saves time gives more control over scheduling.

Rob Grimes and Erik Thoresen discuss automation in restaurants and what restaurant operators should consider automating.

The recognition of the industry's boldest user of technology was bestowed on a college operation rather than a conventional restaurant.

We kick the tires of Amazon's new vehicle for stealing your lunch.

Today’s high-tech software and supporting systems can streamline management functions, ensure consistency in multi-unit restaurants and improve unit level and company profits.

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