Magnet Uses Bluetooth to Automatically Order Your Favorite Pizza
I don't know if the pizza place called Red Tomato Pizza is available in the United States or not. What I do know is that locations in Dubai have the most awesome way to order pizza I've ever seen. If you happen to live in the service area, the pizza place has a VIP refrigerator magnet that uses Bluetoothtechnology to connect your mobile phone.
Once the magnet is paired to your phone and you choose your favorite pizza from the company website, you can order your pizza by simply pressing the button. I wonder what you do if you need more than one pizza. I guess you need to call, or perhaps push the button multiple times.
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