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Until today, Deliveroo was just a piece of software. But in the same way that Uber is experimenting with self-driving cars and Airbnb occasionally builds bespoke holiday locations, Deliveroo Editions means the food delivery app will invest money into building real-world hardware -- pop-up kitchens that restaurants will be able to use to serve locations away from their home base.

X-Men: Apocalypse is out on Blu-ray, DVD and digital download tomorrow, so to celebrate the occasion 20th Century Fox has teamed up with the burgermasters at Ribs & Burgers to create a one-off Mutant Burger -- a blue bun, chilli, chicken and blue cheese sauced monstrosity that looks goddamn delicious. If your arteries can take it, here's how to get one.

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There's nothing better about living in the 21st Century than the ability to order, pay for and arrange delivery of food from the comfort of our own homes. Thanks to the internet, we don't even have to talk to anyone to do it. Though delivery has traditionally been reserved for pizza and cheap Chinese takeaway, you might be surprised how many of your favourite fast food joints deliver -- from Red Rooster and Subway to gourmet burger joint Mary's and decedent dessert maestro Gelato Messina.

Picking up your phone and actually making a phone call to order tonight's dinner is old school. Way old school. Apps are the future -- they give you a convenient menu for all your favourite restaurants or cafes, and let you either order ahead if you're picking up a coffee or a snack, or include cheap and fast delivery. We seem to order a lot of fast food, so we've put together a very quick guide to some our our favourites.