Did you know that some bars and restaurants use menus that are completely devoid of pictures of the drink or entree you're thinking about ordering? It's absurd. Not only should menus feature photos of what your meal could optimistically look like, but venues should consider borrowing a page from this amazing pop-up…
You may already be familiar with In-N-Out's fabled secret menu, but it's just one of several popular food chains whose order options aren't limited to what's on display. In fact, there's a menagerie of exotic items and flavor combinations just waiting to be uncovered, if you know what to ask for. Here are five of…
If you've ever been amazed by just how fast and responsive Amazon's drop-down menus are, you're not alone. But Ben Kamens, lead developer at the Kahn Academy, decided to work out how Bezos and co do it—and it's real sneaky.
You'd think that Yelp, purveyor of social food recommendations, would have menu listings for each spot. Guess what? They don't. But starting today, Foursquare users will be able to do exactly that. Yelp should be scared.
A new mass-market service called E la Carte is now testing their tablet menu at twenty different restaurants around Boston and San Francisco. The tablets are specially rubber-coated, and won't die out on you when you're ordering because they've got day-long battery life. Sure, iPad menus have been done before! But…
Touchscreen pinching makes sense. It's undeniably intuitive, and pretty gratifying! And now it's everywhere—including places it shouldn't be, like the relatively tiny screen of the BlackBerry Bold Touch. This is like picking your nose with a mop.
What do you eat when you watch the extended versions of all three Lord of the Rings movies? The Alamo Drafthouse served up an eight-course meal during its LOTR marathon, including First Breakfast, Second Breakfast, Elevensies and Coney Stew. Check out exclusive photos below.
Microsoft has yet to reveal IE9's interface—not set to debut until next month. But ZDNet's Mary-Jo Foley says she caught a glimpse of IE9's new minimalist look via a slip-up on Microsoft's Russian press site.
Despite having showed no changes to the OS X UI at WWDC, it looks like there are at least a few tweaks in the new test build. Could the minor changes spotted already indicate more are to come this fall?