US couch potatoes will soon be able to get home-delivered food and the latest video releases from the same menu at the click of a mouse.
Food.com is buying Takeout Taxi in the US, and also linking up with Blockbusters to deliver videos and games along with succulent dishes. Food.com currently forwards internet and phone orders to restaurants who make the deliveries themselves.
The companies plan to trial the so-called 'combo' service in a number of US cities in the coming months and intends to be in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington by the end of the year.
Food.com is also looking at extending its service to internet phones and also to book stores, where you can get a snack delivered to your door with your favourite paperback.
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