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Buffalo Wild Wings Introduces Tabletop Tablets

Buffalo Wild Wings Introduces Tablets

MINNEAPOLIS – Buffalo Wild Wings, Inc. (NASDAQ:BWLD) announced that it will use tablets for guests to order food, request songs, television programming, play video games and pay the bill.

POS Goes Mobile

FPN & NCR Silver mobile POS. Photo from NCRSilver webpage

ORLANDO – Credit card processing firm Franchise Payments Network announced yesterday that it will showcase the new NCR Silver point of sales (POS) for mobile tablets at this weekend's International Franchise Association convention in New Orleans.

Taco Bell Now Testing Smart Phone Orders

An older 2013 Taco Bell iPhone app

For two and a half years Taco Bell has been developing its own mobile ordering app for smartphones and is now beta testing it in Orange County.

Hotels Boost Security with Newer Technology

After a hacker publicly showed how easy it was to open many hotel doors that had electronic key card locks, increased attention turned to new technical means to improve the security and safety of hotel premises.

You Can't Fix What You Don't See

One of the biggest problems small to medium sized businesses (SMBs) face is lack of meaningful financial and operating information that is both timely and digestible.

Tikona Digital Networks rolls out first Digital Campaign ‘Stay SMART Stay Connected'

Mumbai, October 13, 2010: Tikona Digital Networks (TDN), India’s foremost wireless broadband service provider having an All India Class A ISP license, has announced the ro

Koko FitClub to Debut in the Hotbed of Cool Technology

Mountain View & Los Altos Eyed for First Silicon Valley, CA Location

Study Shows Techies Are Heavy Restaurant Users

CHICAGO—Research shows that there is a close behavioral tie between consumers who use the latest technology, from smartphones to social media applications, and avid restaurant patrons.

iPhone App “Save Benjis” Poses Hard Questions for Retailers

When Apple first opened the iPhone App Store, one of the applications to float to the top of reviewers’ lists was a little free app called “Save Benjis ” (referring to $100 bills with Benjamin Franklin on the front).