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Domino's pizza robot is giving tech a bad name

Domino's seems to be trying to master the sneaky tech move. For example, it has deployed a technology that, truth be told, has very little to do with technology and everything to do with making consumers curious enough to order its less-than-delectable pizzas. Read More

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