Andrew Dalton, Eater National

Andrew Dalton

Eater National

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Past articles by Andrew:

An Emergency Food Truck Network Has Sprung into Action in Wine Country

Off the Grid put its fleet of mobile vendors to work in the wake of disaster → Read More

Tensions Rise Over Mural in Arab Bakery

A painting of Rasmeah Odeh is causing controversy in Oakland → Read More

Walmart Pay will hook new users with instant access to its credit card

According to a third-party study, Walmart's mobile payment system is more popular than Android Pay. → Read More

Apple remembered to add Touch Bar support to GarageBand

While the list of apps supporting the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar has been growing at a decent clip, Apple's own entry-level music learning and production software... → Read More

DirecTV Now will only stream in Chrome on the web

Heads up, DirecTV subscribers: AT&T's streaming TV service will drop support for Apple and Microsoft's baked-in browsers starting at the end of the month. According to Apple Insider, AT&T has already started directing cord-cutting Mac customers to tune in using Google Chrome. The same goes for anyone still streaming DirecTV on a PC using Internet Explorer. → Read More

iOS 11 could use the iPhone’s NFC chip for more than Apple Pay

A new framework in iOS 11 will let developers take advantage of the iPhone's underused NFC hardware. → Read More

Apple’s $130 Magic Keyboard adds a numeric keypad

If you hate wires, but love typing numbers of a wide, expansive surface, then Apple has one more important hardware announcement for you. Among all the other news out of 2017's Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple has just released a full-size, wireless Magic Keyboard with a dedicated numeric keypad. Rejoice, untethered accountants, the dream is real. → Read More

Legacy ports on a MacBook Pro will cost you $1,999

Give our regards to anyone still clutching a four-pin USB cable out there: Apple is slowly winnowing down its MacBook Pro line and eliminating the remaining mac... → Read More

Amazon refunds $70 million your kids accidentally spent in apps

Amazon is refunding $70 million worth of unauthorized in-app purchases. → Read More

Gear VR streams to your TV thanks to Google Cast

Gear VR users can now stream to a compatible TV screen in real-time. → Read More

Supreme Court decision lifts ownership rights over patent law

In a win for anyone who has ever been frustrated by overpriced ink, the Supreme Court ruled today (PDF) that printer maker Lexmark can't sue companies that refi... → Read More

Twitter's new inbox collects DMs from people you don't follow

Twitter may never stop tweaking it's direct messaging function. Last summer, the social network added so many features to the DM tab that it basically became it... → Read More

Google's ‘Personal’ tab filters out everything but your own content

As people accumulate massive data troves on Gmail, Google Photos and other Google apps, the search giant wants to help people find what they're looking for amon... → Read More

MIT 3D-printed the shape-shifting future of pasta

A new research project from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Tangible Media Group combines 3D printing, molecular gastronomy and macaroni. According... → Read More

The educational games of your youth have their own museum exhibit

The Minnesota Education Computing Corporation might not be the most recognizable game developer today, but if you went to elementary school in the US anytime in... → Read More

Keybase brings seamless encrypted chats to anyone on the web

Keybase is on a mission to make end-to-end encryption as easy as possible, everywhere you go online. After launching frictionless encrypted file sharing last ye... → Read More

Acer crammed a quantum dot display into a 10-inch tablet

Acer's newest 10-inch Android tablet is hiding a quantum dot display and a subwoofer. → Read More

TSA may ask you to unpack tablets and cluttered carry-on bags

While it looks like the airline industry has successfully held off the US Department of Homeland Security's proposed laptop ban for now, the government will soo... → Read More

Google Photos adds an archive button to declutter your stream

Google Photos has been gently nudging users to store and share more on its service lately. Earlier this month, the Photos team unveiled some AI-powered sharing... → Read More

Ellen coyly hints at return to standup with Netflix special

Netflix's stellar comedy lineup could be getting another American treasure. → Read More