As if we needed a way to make getting pizza any easier, Domino's has introduced the Easy Order button. This thing hooks up to your phone through Bluetooth, and upon pressing that important looking button in the center you will shoot an order over to Domino's for your favorite pizza to be sent to your default address.
Think of it as an Amazon Dash for your pizza. Dominos UK will soon be launching a physical button that will let you order your favourite pizza at the press
Perfect for a tiny hamster pizza party. Proving to be the pizza world's greatest innovators, the minds at Domino's have done it once again by improving upon emoji pizza ordering with a new, real button that people can jab at for pies,...Show More Summary
WELL, THIS IS THE 21st CENTURY, YOU KNOW: Domino’s has launched a physical button you push to order pizza. I’m pretty sure that George Jetson, Homer Simpson, and Montgomery Scott would all approve this bold new leap in pizza ordering technology.
It's probably the easiest way to order pizza
In their neverending quest to make the pizza ordering process as painless as possible, Domino’s is willing to try anything. Their latest creation lets you place a delivery order with a single button […]
It’s now been resurrected, but not by the office supply company — instead, it’s national pizza chain Domino’s that has taken over the device, because sometimes, picking up the phone to order your pizza is just too much work. By pairing...Show More Summary
Your pizza prayers have been answered! Domino's has created a button that, with one press, will deliver your favorite meal to your door. "The Easy Order" comes in two types: a physical and a virtual button. The smart button, which looks like a mini pizza box, works in sync with an app over Bluetooth. Show More Summary
Indian locations of Domino's are partnering with an app that uses GPS to guide deliveries to locations without real addresses.
The pizza business has changed a lot over the last decade. Take Domino’s. Over half of its customers are now ordering via its mobile apps. That’s cool and all, but they are still looking for ways…
Ordering pizza just got as easy as pushing a button.
Tragically, it's not available in the U.S. yet. For millennials, actually picking up the phone to order a pizza is simply preposterous — or so Domino's apparently thinks. The pizza chain has experimented with allowing customers to place...Show More Summary
Domino's has recently been cooking up new ways for customers to order pizza, from customizing pies on an iPad t delivered via drone to tweeting your order with emoji. Its latest delivery innovation is all about speed. The Domino's "Easy Order" button is a one-click step to getting hot, cheesy goodness to your front door and into your mouth fast. Show More Summary
Domino’s is pushing its new one-touch ‘Easy Order’ app update in the UK with the launch of a social competition to get your hands on a real-life pizza ordering button for your home. The pizza box-styled button links to your phone via Bluetooth and makes ordering your favourite pizza even easier than using the app. Show More Summary
Domino's is attempting to make the act of ordering pizza even simpler/lazier with the launch of its "The Easy Order" button. The pizza chain is releasing a number of physical buttons to social media competition winners in the UK from December. Show More Summary
Back in the day if you wanted to order a pizza, you’d either have to go to the restaurant and do a takeaway, or you’d have to call. However fast forward to today where technology has made our lives more convenient, there are apps and websites that let us do our ordering online, but in case you’re too lazy for that, Domino’s has the solution for you. Show More Summary
With more than half of its customers now ordering via its mobile apps, it's fair to say that Domino's has pizza delivery down to a fine art. But in this modern age, there's always room to shave a couple of seconds off the purchasing process. Show More Summary
Here at Consumerist, we’re fascinated with incidents where truck crashes result in food (or future food) spilled across the highway. We’ve brought you tales of spilled milk, cheese, beer, frozen chicken, and one weird day where a truck of bacon and a truck of piglets crashed in different states. However, we never expected to hear …
Oh, dough. It was a sticky situation in Indianapolis this morning: A semi-truck carrying hundreds of individual balls of pizza dough crashed into a highway overpass, spilling rising dough across the road. A video from the Associated Press shows dirty dough balls covering the street. Show More Summary