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ICYMI: Stack your dominoes and get the pizza delivered too

Drones will drop Domino's at your doorstep in New Zealand.
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ICYMI: Stack your dominoes and get the pizza delivered too

Today on In Case You Missed It: Global pizza company Domino's is teaming up with drone delivery company Flirtey to launch an actual pie delivery service, via UAV, in New Zealand. The company has passed checks by the country's Civil Aviation Authority and aims to begin tests later this year.
Meanwhile virtual reality gamers are (understandably) losing it over the latest thing to make VR look incredible: Dexmo exoskeleton gloves that are worn, then react as though objects within games are actually being manipulated.

And in case you're wondering, the story detailing Uber's financial losses of over $1 billion so far this year is based on a story from Bloomberg that cites finance director Gautam Gupta, who reportedly said most of the losses come from compensation of its drivers. Considering Uber drivers have fought the company in union organizing efforts, this story is likely to keep developing.

You can watch the adorable incoming fourth grader from Austin here, and the domino tower collapsing from 19 feet here. As always, please share any interesting tech or science videos you find by using the #ICYMI hashtag on Twitter for @mskerryd.

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