You'll never have to talk to a waiter again, though you'll definitely want to wash your hands before eating.
Type "Show me the menu for" in front of the name of a restaurant, and your Google search results will now let you know what's for dinner.
Finally, a way to get Gorditas while keeping social interaction to a minimum.
It's New Year's Day, and while we're not yet capable of coherent speech, we do want this year to healthier, fitter, and more nutritious. These apps will help you eat better...starting tomorrow.
You can't eat laughter. But if you could, these sites would make you totally fat.
Travel headaches? Cooking anxieties? Keeping family dysfunctions in check? Thankfully there's an app for that.
A lot of people are particular about how they prepare their coffee, so it's a confident company that suggests to them they're doing it wrong. But Nuroast is sure there's a better way to get a great-tasting cup of coffee and demonstrated its prototype home roasting system at the Demo conference on Wednesday.
This Android-powered artificially intelligent robotic bartender can pour you a drink at the touch of a button.
The new system will hopefully bridge the disconnect between McDonald's delicious food and hellacious ordering experience.
Sony's Xperia Tablet Z: Kitchen Edition comes with everything but the proverbial sink.