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The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Virtual brands are entering uncharted waters

Tech Check: What began as an easy way to boost revenues has become a big, sophisticated business. Here are three questions that will define the future of delivery-only concepts.


AI finds its voice and 6 other takeaways from FSTEC

Voice bots were a highlight at the annual tech event, which saw record turnout amid a challenging time for restaurants.

The new Brinker International CEO wants to invest in tools that can help the business today, not in five years.

Picture someone just coming home from work, thinking about placing an order from their favorite local restaurant. As they narrow down their menu choices, they’re also weighing their options between ta...

In the restaurant market of 2050, automatons will be doing a lot more than running orders to tables and flipping burgers, predicted FSTEC founder and 2022 speaker Rob Grimes.

The Bottom Line: The difficult operating environment has pushed more operators to adopt technology to boost sales and save on labor. But many of these moves are defensive.

Chefs and managers, on the other hand, are less likely to be replaced by robots, according to a new survey.

The pandemic undeniably led to consumers ordering restaurant delivery in record numbers. Now, as dining rooms have opened many consumers have headed back to their favorite eateries; still delivery remains a huge part of many restaurants’ business.

The virtual brand now has a popular brick-and-mortar location. But will the chain franchise?

The agency said it would act to protect gig workers for services like DoorDash and Uber, including investigating wage fixing and other illegal practices.

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