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A wise person once said that those who don't innovate simply get left behind. We can't say for sure if that person was employed by Domino's, but the famed pizza company seems to be working overtime on next-generation tactics for selling pies. The latest story to focus on drones actually has nothing to do with Google nor the military -- it's about pizza. Of course, DomiCopter is just a pie-in-the-sky concept / promo stunt right now, but the most interesting part is that the concept could probably be executed with aplomb if the right engineers were put on the job. DomiCopter is a folksy drone that... Read more...
Remember when TiVo decided to offer on-demand Domino's Pizza in 2008? Feels like forever ago, but the famed pizza chain is stepping keeping up with technological changes. While online pizza ordering has been around for years now, this new iPad app is a sight to behold. The Domino's Pizza Hero for iPad app is an iPad-only affair, but the capabilities are just insane. You can use the app to build your own pie, but where the fun really starts is that "Order" button. Whatever pie you dream up, you can actually order from a nearby Domino's store. And a real human will deliver it. It's the future, and... Read more...
It's time to score another win for the couch potato generation. With TiVo's most recent partnership--this time with Domino's Pizza--you can now order a pizza directly from your TiVo without ever leaving your couch or even picking up the phone. "This is the first time in history that the 'on-demand' generation will be able to fully experience couch commerce by ordering pizza directly through their television set." -- Rob Weisberg, Vice President of Precision and Print Marketing at Domino's Pizza, Inc.  Credit: GizmodoStarting today, TiVo subscribers with a broadband connection can order... Read more...
Chris Clark became a multi-millionaire just for forking over $20 a year to keep the pizza.com domain name he registered in 1994. The 43 year old resident of North Potomac, MA, bought the domain name with the goal of getting consulting contracts, but he also made money with the site via advertising.In January, Mr Clark decided to sell it after hearing that another domain - Vodka.com - was sold for $3m in 2006."I thought, 'Why don't I just try to see what the level of interest is?'Mr Clark said."If someone's willing to pay that much for Vodka.com, maybe there's more interest in pizza.com."The online... Read more...