Applebee's is the latest chain to install the technology, which lets customers order food, pay the bill and even play video games.
Despite minor damage to the charts, the stock looks good in the medium term.
The aerospace giant's stock has climbed all year; a huge tax-break package and $95 billion in new plane orders add to the glow.
While 80 percent of smartphones run on its Android OS, Google appears to be the odd man out in a two-horse tech race.
The tech-heavy index was at about 3,981 Monday. It's become a grown-up version of its former self.
Despite low profits, the company's top-line growth is appealing in this market.
The company reports earnings Wednesday, and investors will be watching carefully to see if it can escape the pressures that have weighed on other tech heavyweights.
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The hotel giant and the food service company started trading on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday.
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