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How Domino’s used technology to woo millennials and beat rival Pizza Hut

Domino's Pizza spent a good part of the last decade chasing what seemed like every digital doodad to deliver pizza – sometimes to the scorn of observers who pointed out that the business was, after all, popping topping-covered dough in an oven and delivering it.

Amazon: from online book seller to market shaker

Amazon has grown from a humble beginning as an online bookseller to a colossus of the Internet.

Mercedes plans more drone deliveries after 100 perfect flights

Mercedes-Benz, conducting the biggest test using drones to ship everyday items like ground coffee and cellphones, said the mini aircraft completed 100 drop-offs to strategically placed vans in Zurich with a perfect safety record and more deliveries are planned for next year.

Package trips: Bikes and drones give faster delivery

Whether bikes or drones, delivery firms are looking for ways to get packages to customers quicker as electronic commerce is revolutionising the retail market.

Portugal planning free zones for drones, self-driving cars

Aiming to spur development of drones and self-driving vehicles, Portugal is planning to launch "free zones" with special regulations to allow testing of such technologies and attract investment in them.

Small consumer drones unlikely to cause head injury, study says

The small, popular drones flooding the commercial market are unlikely to cause severe head injuries if they fall out of the sky and strike people, a new study has concluded.

Amazon’s talking delivery drone would ask for help if it fell out of the sky

What's nice about Amazon's new drone patent is the prospect of having a little chat with your aerial-delivery vehicle when it's dropping off your new camera. What's not so nice is Amazon's recognition that drones are going to be falling out of the sky.

Iceland set to become island of drone deliveries

An autonomous drone delivery company has started commercial operations in Reykjavik, Iceland, one of the first in the world to offer the service on demand.

Alphabet wants to fix clean energy’s storage problem with salt

Alphabet Inc's secretive X skunk works has another idea that could save the world. This one, code named Malta, involves vats of salt and antifreeze.

Dish, Amazon chiefs discuss wireless partnership: WSJ

Dish Network Corp Chief Executive Charlie Ergen and Inc head Jeff Bezos have discussed a partnership to enter the wireless business.