Anyone walking into a Chili’s restaurant in Lewisville, Texas, would immediately notice the large number of families huddled around tabletop screens like so many cave clans around flickering fires. They point. They laugh. They pass the devices from family member to family member. They play games. They order suggested items that flicker onto the screen, like an unplanned molten chocolate cake. And, perhaps most importantly, they swipe their credit cards in the devices, clear ...

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