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The coronavirus, in forcing a swath of humanity to shelter in place for weeks on end, may very well accelerate digital sequestration and seal us more deeply in the glow of our screen-enabled confines.
Like their counterparts in Silicon Valley, China’s largest tech companies struggled to prove online groceries can be a viable business. Then the novel coronavirus struck.
Frato's Pizza looks like a typical family restaurant, with its black-and-white checkered floor and red chairs. But in the kitchen, the cooks are whipping up dishes for four other restaurants at the same time.
Restaurants and credit card providers have seen ‘significant increase’ in home-delivery ordersDelivery growth has coincided with decline in weekend traffic as protests intensified
Online restaurant booking site OpenTable has partnered with a US tourism agency to launch a program that will pair solo diners together.
Instagram-savvy millennials are already infamous for snapping photos of their food when dining out, but new research shows that they want smart technology to complement, not overwhelm, their dining experience.
Last fall, the delivery startup Postmates approached Los Angeles noodle house Tatsu Ramen with an offer: The startup would rent a commissary kitchen just west of downtown in an area with a dearth of ramen restaurants. It would supply all the equipment needed to make steaming bowls of ramen. And Tatsu could use it, with no upfront charge, to prepare dishes for delivery.
Mipri Haye, a high school junior, is on Instagram and Snapshot daily, showing off her latest outfits to her girlfriends. She also shares where she got those clothes: Forever 21, H&M, and Charlotte Russe often top her list.
Traffic lights don't just work for drivers, some bank customers obey them on their smartphones too.