It's been two years since Google started introducing .new domain shortcuts to speed the creation of Drive documents, and one year since it opened the .new TLD to third-party companies. As more and more shortcuts joined the fold, Google published a directory of all domains, which stood at a little less than 200 in July. Now they're up to 250 approximately, with some useful and other questionable additions. Read More
Well, that didn't take long: after reports from many T-Mobile users on Twitter that they were unable to receive their free Domino's pizza on T-Mobile Tuesday because of promotional limits, Domino's has suspended its support of the program indefinitely. The decision is detailed in an internal Domino's memo that, surprisingly, T-Mobile CEO John Legere himself published in an apparent attempt to get out ahead of the news. Read More
Last week John Legere unveiled Uncarrier 11, the one where T-Mobile resorts to outright bribes (excuse me, giveaways) to buy customer loyalty. Is this something to be upset over? Not really. Free stuff is free stuff.
Except for many T-Mobile customers, the promised free pizza was not available. Read More
After releasing apps for both UK/Ireland and Australia/New Zealand markets, Domino's Pizza has finally introduced an official app for Android users in the US, bringing the aptly named Domino's Pizza USA app to the Android Market recently.
The app has all the functionality of the pizza maker's online ordering system, with a streamlined, intuitive interface. Users can view the national menu, order from nearly 5,000 locations, and even find location-specific coupons.
The Domino's Pizza USA app also allows users to pay for their pizza via in-app purchase, and remembers location and other preferences (meaning you'll never have to log in). Read More