The Melt, founded by the Flip Camera's creator, invents a smart delivery box that can keep your sandwich fresh for 30 minutes. Thank tech for your lunch.
Thanks to technology created by The Melt, it's now possible for the fastfood chain begun by the Flip Camera's creator to keep sandwiches hot and crunchy for up to 30 minutes during delivery.
What better way to get people to check out your app or Web site than to hold an eating contest.
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.
Rafe Needleman interviews Jonathan Kaplan, CEO of The Melt, and before that, creator of the Pure Digital Flip cameras.
Scientists at the British Royal Society of Chemistry have revealed the science for creating the ideal grilled cheese on toast. Now that's an experiment we can get behind.
Jonathan Kaplan, former CEO of the company that launched the popular Flip video camera, shows off his new start-up. It's a chain of high-tech grilled-cheese sandwich restaurants. No kidding.
The Frigidaire FPPG12K7MS Professional Panini Grill enters the kitchen space looking to be a go-to appliance for many cooking needs.
A handy little pocket bag captures all the drippings from melting grilled cheese sandwiches. If it can fit in the toaster.
This smart fuel gauge is excessive if you're comfortable just lifting the tank, and it suffers a few usability issues. However, it does its job for a low cost and will prove useful if you need to check your tank on the go.