Setting foot inside a pizza parlor for more than a couple minutes is unheard of today, but there was once a time when it was the norm. People would even sit down and chat.
Thanks to the power of science, the military has figured out how to create pizza that doesn't go bad for three years.
Here's a device that any Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle would be happy to own.
A new promotion in Brazil combines the love of watching rental movies on DVDs with the habit of late night pizza munching.
Call me a pizza snob, but I have never been the type who eats cold slices for breakfast after a night of pizza indulgence. But now a Scottish scientist has developed a pizza that he claims is so totally balanced and complete, that you can eat it for every meal without risk of becoming a human blimp.
Domino's Pizza comes up with some pretty wacky ideas. (Exhibit A: moon base.) The latest, called Safe Sound, comes from the company's Netherlands arm. The electric scooters the company uses there are basically silent, which can be a hazard to pedestrians. Solution? Record someone saying, "Vrooom!"
This little refrigerator magnet reminds me of the Bat-Signal, which you use in an emergency and Batman rescues you. This Bluetooth-enabled fridge magnet has that same power in a munchies emergency: all you have to do is touch it and a pizza shows up to rescue you from hunger.
Domino's Pizza Japan has just unveiled plans to construct a pizza restaurant on the Moon. Seriously. It's going to take 15 rocket launches and 14 billion dollars and will have dart boards and pool tables and delivery motorbikes and awesomeness. It's also possible that this is all just a complicated publicity stunt, but let's just pretend that it's not.
Making a pizza with a brick-oven is so old-fashioned. It's time to go green. A couple of students from Brooklyn's James Madison and Edward R. Murrow high schools will be out in Manhattan's Union Square tomorrow to show off their solar-powered pizza boxes. Who wants a slice?
Whoa! I don't even know where to start describing this new ad from Google. All I know is that I want some pizza. And a hot dog.