Touch Dynamic has expanded its Intel Atom Processor-based product line with a new all-in-one model called the Saturn AIO.
This January McDonald's will begin offering guests free wireless Internet access at its U.S. locations, according to an article that appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
Telkonet's latest product, the EGS Dual, was developed in response to requests from smaller hotel properties for a low-cost, dual gateway, targeting the $84M hospitality HSIA gateway market.
A new Cornell study focuses on the potential value and probable challenges of electronic communication methods. The handling of email interruptions and customer responses are among the key areas where improvement is needed.
Epson's TM-T70 space-saving thermal receipt printer has been tested and is certified to work with Restaurant Pro Express and Cash Register Express software from pcAmerica.
Venus combines a contemporary flat-face system design with minimal components, which makes installation and updates easy.
At the end of last year, Hospitality Technology spoke with restaurant operators and POS vendors to identify what the top trends and technologies would be for 2009. Twelve months later, a review of HT's most read POS headlines reveals that while many of those predictions held true, there were also a number of surprises.
Pita Pit decided on Maitre'D after searching for a POS that would make the task of running and managing a restaurant easier, and be beneficial to the owner's bottom line.
The Milwaukee Convention and Visitors Bureau will use Meetingmax's system to manage convention housing bookings for its more than 60 member hotels.
CityCenter's ARIA Resort & Casino and the Mandarin Oriental hotel are leveraging a technology from Control4 to give guests control of every aspect of their room environment, while providing CityCenter with an unparalleled control of energy usage.