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The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

A kitchen tool inspired by video games has restaurants going 'apeshit'

Tech Check: The Perfect Co. gamified the back of house to make workers more efficient. Restaurants are lining up to try it.


DoorDash, Roku partner to allow customers to order food from their TVs

Wendy’s will be the first restaurant featured in new “shoppable ads.” Roku users can also get six months of free DashPass.

Operators' satisfaction with their providers fell more than any other industry last year, according to a survey by J.D. Power.

Owner Andrew Simmons turned his aging restaurant into a laboratory. The results: Lower prices, fewer workers and a line out the door.

Its restaurants were struggling to handle the volume, so the chain turned to AI for help.

The order-integration provider said the deal will bring tech used by big chains to small restaurants.

The startup founded by three college friends says it can replicate the work of famous chefs, expanding access to one-of-a-kind meals.

Tech Check: AI sensation ChatGPT says workers need not fear its kind. But it may be underestimating restaurants’ labor woes.

The system will be able to prepare, cook and store pizzas. It’s being pitched to QSRs, ghost kitchens and convenience stores.

The software allows hospitality employees to instantly access digital tips rather than waiting for their employer to convert them to cash.

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