Walmart's ( (WMT) ) partnership with Google ( (GOOG) ) allows you to order everyday items using your voice, and a Google Home device.

It is the latest attempt by a major company to try to save you time, but not necessarily money.

Amazon ( (AMZN) ) already allows voice ordering through its Alexa devices. The company pioneered one-click ordering on its web site and with "Dash Buttons" for your home.

Dominos ( (DPZUF) ) made headlines by allowing customers to order pizza using an emoji. But you can also use Facebook ( (FB) ) Messenger, Twitter ( (TWTR) ), Text messaging, Ford ( (F) ) Sync, Alexa, Google Home and others.

Pizza Hut ( (YUM) ) ran a promo featuring sneakers that order their pizza using Bluetooth.

McDonald's (MCD) recently partnered with Uber to deliver its food while Chipotle ( (CMG) ) experimented with drone delivery.

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