When startups are spending their money on treadmill desks, fancy offices and nap pods, it’s hard for them to scrounge up extra cash to afford all those free lunches. So Domino’s Pizza has this neat, new idea to help feed those hungry employees starving at their desks while trying to figure out why the app won’t open.
It’s basically a celeb rite of passage to diversify with licensing deals these days, whether you’re a Kardashian or not. And now, a completely virtual star is opening her own restaurant in Japan.
Hatsune Miku is a digital incarnation of a singing computer program, just like Britney Spears. After conquering iTunes with her chart-topping Read More
It is rare that you stumble across a commercial that gives you a completely new lease on life. That is what happened when Betabeat first watched this two-minute spot for a new Domino’s app in Japan, featuring a partnership with Hatsune Miku, an anime incarnation of a singing synthesizer app called Vocaloid. Hit “play” and Read More
It's All About the Bitcoins
The Bitcoin community is continuing its bid for mainstream popularity with a new startup that promises to let users order pizza and pay for it using Bitcoins. Because nothing says cryptocurrency like a side of carbs with your carbs.