Tagged With dominos

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Forget hoverboards, this is the future I've been waiting for.

You can now have pizza delivered to your face using nothing but voice activation. All you need to do is open an app (using Siri if you don't even want to touch your screen) which automatically counts down from 10 (a small window to allow for your indecision to subside) before placing your order for you.

*wipes solitary tear from eye*

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First it was autonomous pizza-dispensing robots. Now, Domino's is bringing a fleet of pizza delivery drones to the masses. If the headline-hungry company can be believed, New Zealand customers will soon be receiving pizzas from the skies via a technology partnership with drone delivery service Flirtey.

Domino's has proudly proclaimed its new initiative as the first commercial drone delivery service in the world. However, there's no timeframe for when the service will be available and the service is still seeking approval from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). Hmmm.

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Over in the US, Amazon Dash buttons are equal parts amazing technology and useless gimmick. A single button that will deliver specific products to your doorstep is like shopping in the Jetsons' era. But it would be even better if that product was hot, cheesy pizza, as one hacker imagined.

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The tracker is legit — but only as legit as the people in the store let it be. The fact is there are a lot of factors that happen in a store that the tracker can't always account for, and so your mileage may vary with the online tracker for those reasons.

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Like pizza? Like fried chicken? Of course you do. You have a mouth. So how quickly will you say yes to the latest frankenstein food creation that will fatten up easily excitable suburbanites: Domino's pizza made with breaded chicken crust. The world is a beautiful place.

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Is this pizza-delivering drone from Dominos just a publicity stunt or a tantalising look at the future of food delivery? Because while the eight-bladed DomiCopter is a little impractical given it needs a skilled pilot, eventually autonomous drones will be capable of delivering a piping hot pizza in mere minutes since they're able to avoid traffic.

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If you're a pizza fan, it might be time to keep an eye on your credit card statements. Pizza Hut Australia last night appears to have fallen victim to hackers going by the names of Oday and Pyknic (Update: Pizza Hut CEO confirms breach, read on for full statement). The hackers defaced the website last night, but what's more concerning is the claim that they made off with 260,000 Australian credit card numbers. That's some serious dough.

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If you've ever wondered what exactly wiped out the dinosaurs and how quickly over 38 hours of painstaking domino stacking can be undone, check out FlippyCat's latest tumbling creation. It's particularly noteworthy this time not just because it's educational, but also because most of the dinosaurs and the giant earth were actually created in 3D.

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Pizza Hut may have announced that they were going to launch their iPhone app in Australia last month, but Domino's has gone and launched their own app, and if you can stomach the thought of eating their pizza, it looks pretty sweet.