The power outage in downtown Seattle on Wednesday wasn’t going to keep office workers from eating, and thanks to one bit of technology from the payment service Square, food trucks did a brisk business.
The new tool means people could use Apple Pay instead of cash at their favorite food trucks.
PayAnywhere, launching today, is a mobile credit-card reader with Apple Pay built in. In fact, it's the first of its kind.
The Tennessee departments of Health and Agriculture have partnered to develop a mobile app that allows users to check any Tennessee restaurant inspection score no matter where they are located.
Bitewise, a new free app, will launch July 20 to connect food-seekers with trucks.
It’s an unassuming food truck known for its fresh food, friendly service and normally busy lunch lineups. But on Wednesday the line looked a little different: mixed in with the usual crowd were reporters and cameras.
The FoodWheelin’ app seems to have solved this common problem through newly developed beacon technology that vastly improves location information over what’s currently available.
EvolvePOS is a cloud-based system built on Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing platform.
The app, which allows users to order and pay for food from their smartphones and was pitched at last month’s Germinate event, created a more convenient dining experience for the night’s customers but meant vendors had to adapt their serving habits.
Roaming Hunger became the go-to site and app for the budding scene. But Resnick still had little idea how to make any money save for a few online ads. Then a business model fell in his lap.