An enterprising McDonald's in Virginia Beach, Va., decides that a suitable incentive for its customers is to offer them mounted iPads to peruse while they chew.
Children's advocacy groups this week reportedly file complaints with the FTC against large corporations over brand-related online games that ask kids for friends' e-mail addresses without parental consent.
In France, of all places, the fast-food chain is testing out PayPal as a payment method, via smartphone and tablet app.
McDonald's app is available only in France at the moment but lets customers place an order and pay for it from their iPhone.
After a pioneer in wearable computing claims he was assaulted in a Paris McDonald's, the company insists he wasn't physically attacked, but was asked to leave. He hits back again with new photo evidence.
A Toronto professor, who some describe as a pioneer in wearable computing, is allegedly assaulted in a Paris McDonald's by someone who objected to his Google-style glasses.
Would you like some microchips with that burger? McDonald's Europe strikes another blow against human interaction by installing 7,000 touch-screen computers to take your order and money.
Compromised data was in computer system of database management firm hired by a marketing business partner of the fast-food company.
A McDonald's Wi-Fi user guide inadvertently illustrates the relative complexity of Windows versus the simplicity of a Mac.
An Apple Store employee has broken the fruit-flavoured company's vow of silence. Click here to find out who's the worst-behaved: the customers, or the staff who lie to us.