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  • Domino’s lets you order pizza with a tweet

Domino’s lets you order pizza with a tweet

What are you doing when you browse through Twitter? Chatting with friends? Perusing your feed for the latest news story or celebrity brawl? Retweeting a meme? Domino’s now wants the social platform’s 302 million active users to start ordering their pizza from there, too.



  • Article image Google Wallet: making cash transfers as easy as email

    Whether pinging your colleague a PDF or sending a mate an mp3, email attachments are the norm. And Google Wallet now allows UK users to attach cash to their emails, too. But in a financial landscape rife with privacy concerns, do people really want bank transfers to be as easy as sending an email?

  • Article image Visa, Pizza Hut and Accenture: Delivering the connected car

    Over the next five years, the portion of vehicles on sale that are networked will grow from 10% to 90%. But as car and mobile brands wrangle over how this will work, a partnership between Visa, Pizza Hut and Accenture lets drivers order and pay for pizza from the dashboard.

  • Mobile payments go social Mobile payments go social

    Smartphones have transcended their status as luxury possessions – they're practically considered a necessity. So it’s probably not surprising that mobile shopping is on the up – in the UK, it's set to rise by 77% in 2015. And thanks to Barclays Pingit, now you can even pay for stuff via Twitter.

  • Ordering pizza with an Xbox Ordering pizza with an Xbox

    Microsoft has teamed up with Pizza Hut to release a new app for the Xbox, allowing people to link their Pizza Hut account with their Xbox LIVE one. the app is also available on the Kinect, meaning that customers can order pizza with a wave of the hand.