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The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Consumer survey: Delivery and takeout orders are slowing in-restaurant dining

A new survey from Oracle Food & Beverage found that diners like tech-enabled ordering options but they may be becoming impatient after getting used to high-speed service.


Tech roundup: What’s on restaurants’ tech wish list?

Three CMOs describe the tech tools of their dreams. Also, Minneapolis makes its delivery fee cap permanent, Uber Eats goes to space and more.

The image of an abstract, technicolor burger sold for $25. The buyer also gets a year of free burgers.

Takeout and mobile apps are table stakes, but guests are also welcoming ghost kitchens, voice ordering and robots, Deloitte found.

Four major cases are underway between delivery providers and U.S. cities. Here’s a look at where they stand.

Over the past two years, amid the surge of off-premise dining, ghost kitchens saw unprecedented growth and success. The growth of these technology-driven, off-premise-only facilities accelerated ra...

Chicago-based 2ndKitchen connects local restaurants to other businesses that want to offer foodservice.

It will start with groceries, but could it extend to restaurants? Also, 7-Eleven invests in Serve Robotics, Grubhub offers bitcoin rewards and more.

The convenience-store giant will use self-driving vehicles from Nuro to fulfill orders in Silicon Valley.

Income may be an even more important factor than age when it comes to who orders delivery. Also, more funding rounds, Goldbelly's TV channel, and another pizza robot.

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