Until March 18, KFC customers in the US can get a Diablo IV early access Open Beta code and play the upcoming fantasy action-RPG sequel if they use the KFC app or website to buy select sandwiches.
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Fast-food chain KFC has announced its venture into the world of gaming with the KFConsole, designed in partnership with Cooler Master. It features a swappable GPU and a food heater.
KFC has been known in the past to offer some wacky items for promotional tie-ins and also in its own product store. But now, the company's Internet Escape Pod takes things to a whole new level.
Yum China is letting its customers pay and order at its new KFC-inspired KPRO restaurants by using facial recognition technology and a 3D camera that needs people to smile in order to identify them.
KFC is adding a VR game to its employee training program featuring a sinister-sounding Colonel Sanders who teaches an employee how to properly prepare his famous recipe of fried chicken.
If you thought KFC's release of a limited edition smartphone was a bit strange, the Gamer's Box 2.0 collaboration with Mountain Dew is even stranger. It will be limited to just ten pieces.
KFC and Huawei are partnering up to celebrate 30 years of business in China by launching a limited-edition smartphone finished in KFC's iconic bright red color and the Colonel Sanders logo.
From Nokia's Ozo and Cortana's little button, to huge Android flagships, a massive Android vulnerability, and preserving your memories of chicken, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
As part of KFC's 60th anniversary in Canada, the fastfood chain has teased the "Memories Bucket," that not only holds your chicken, but can also print pictures wirelessly via Bluetooth.