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The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Qwick raises $40M for Uber-like staffing app

Restaurants can use Qwick to fill shifts on demand. Its revenue has grown more than 10,000% over the past three years.


Grubbrr acquires live-event ordering app Noble for $5M

The deal will give the kiosk technology company a better foothold in stadiums and other venues.

The first-of-its-kind software allows restaurants to update programs in real time and makes customer data more portable.

Now more than ever, people all over the world are using apps on their smartphones, tablets, and PCs, both at home and at work. With targeted information, the use of an app in running a restaurant can ...

5G provider Kroo plans to expand its cellular network by leveraging commercial real estate.

Tech Check: Facebook's metaverse is reportedly a ghost town, and it doesn't make sense for restaurants to go where customers aren't.

The undisclosed amount came from the London-based Promethean Investments. The company will use the funding to boost production amid “overwhelming” interest.

Automat Kitchen fell short as a restaurant but believes it has something special with its high-tech pickup lockers.

The lawsuit alleged that the delivery company concealed order declines as it expanded in 2018. Grubhub denied the allegations.

At this year’s restaurant trade shows, there was a lot of buzz about the latest technologies, such as robot servers, AI voice technology, autonomous delivery vehicles and more. While it's eas...

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