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30 McDonald's restaurants in the US are to be equipped with tablets allowing diners to design their own burgers, with plans to expand to 2,000 of the chain's 14,000 US locations by the end of 2015.
McDonald's is supposedly adopting a new NFC payment method. The company seems to be betting on the rumors that the new iPhone 6 will have this feature and NFC will finally become mainstream.
Social media campaigns can connect brands with their customers in new, interesting ways. But web users are an unpredictable bunch, as McDonalds discovered with its recent disastrous Twitter campaign.
McDonald's recently added 64,000 people to its payroll in the United States, but job prospects in Europe for those so inclined to work in the fast food industry are looking pretty grim right about now....
McDonalds has revealed plans to install contactless payment technology in all of their UK restaurants this summer, The Mirror reports. Around £1.5 million is being invested into the scheme, which will see the system being...
Following the previous week of DDoS attacks and the database leak of Gawker, McDonald's has fallen victim to a similar fate. McDonald's is now warning customers that signed up for any promotions or registered at...
Nintendo and McDonalds have joined forces to provide free wireless access for the Nintendo DS handheld in nearly 6,000 McDonalds restaurants around the world. While McDonalds offers wireless internet access at many of its...
Wehey... :S Get your Bigfat with lard and a bit of wireless web browsing on the side. "In a further sign of the spread of wireless Internet technology, McDonald's restaurants in three U.S....