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The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

How COVID-19 will continue to change restaurant service

A few months ago, the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic forced restaurants across the country to close their dining rooms for an indefinite period.


Uber to acquire Postmates for $2.65B

Uber's board has approved the all-stock deal. It solidifies the company as a formidable player in the delivery wars.

New users are flocking to mobile apps, and tech companies are ramping up contactless options in the age of social distancing.

These products are designed to help operators maintain health and safety guidelines as the industry returns to service.

Pepper will take orders via Facebook Messenger starting Monday.

Automated technologies, such as automated labeling systems, allow restaurant staff to focus on serving customers and keeping them safe in the restaurant space.

The technology enables the store to know when a customer has arrived to pick up an order.

UNLV's Lee Business School is teaming up with its namesake family to hold a competition for entrepreneurs. The aim is to generate ideas that will help restaurants and other components of the hospitality business.

A provider of loyalty programs and marketing tools for restaurants and retailers, Spendgo recently announced its COVID-19 Relief Plan, designed to help restaurants impacted by the pandemic get more direct online orders so they can stop paying expensive commissions to third-party marketplaces.

Androes had worked with the company in various tech roles before briefly departing last year.

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