The Chef's Farm, as it's called, could produce up to 60 heads of lettuce a day. If you do your math, that's about 20,000 heads a year.
Soon, New York's midtown will play host to a restaurant with a 240-square-foot screen, displaying tweets and Foursquare check-ins.
Now you can tell the search engine to "show me the menu" and it will oblige your request straightaway.
Fujitsu's prototype automotive voice command system is just like Knight Rider, with slightly more directions to restaurants and slightly less duffing up baddies.
Food researchers have pinned down the ideal gravitational conditions for frying "potato sticks," and they're not found on this side of the asteroid belt.
If your restaurant is on the seventh floor and your customers are down on the street, how do you get them their food quickly and efficiently? Throw it out the window of course.
Some people find it tacky to give coupons as a gift. To fix this, Yelp is launching a new feature that lets small-business owners offer gift cards straight from their profile pages.
The tech backlash is getting out of hand, and too many people are looking in all the wrong places for a villain to blame.
A security company is warning that PIN terminals across the country are dangerously open to thieves wanting to steal your card details.
A deep analysis of how Apple stores makes products irresistible reveals that store employees position the laptops at a very precise angle every morning, so that you just have to go over and touch them.