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Domino's Will Use E-Bikes to Deliver Pizzas Across the U.S.

It's an eco-friendly (and sometimes faster) alternative to delivery cars.

Postmates Will Test Delivery Robots on San Francisco Sidewalks

The company says it's the first permit ever granted for sidewalk robotics operations in the city.

7-Eleven Now Delivers to Parks and Beaches

The 7NOW delivery app allows your order to be delivered to public locations including parks, beaches, sports fields and entertainment venues.

Amazon Shuts Down Its Restaurant Delivery Business in the U.S.

The food delivery service already closed in London last year.

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