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  • Domino's Dom is Siri for pizza
  • Domino's Dom is Siri for pizza
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Domino's Dom is Siri for pizza

While Siri boasts the ability to give you directions, answer questions and give updates on sports scores, Domino's has launched Dom - a voice activated app that does one thing: order pizza. With many predicting the future of mobile being voice, is Dom just the start?



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