I thought Google canned this idea a while back but I guess not. Hey, as long as it gets to me on time and intact, I don't care how the pizza is delivered. In Google's version of the future, a drone could deliver your pizza. The search giant's parent company, Alphabet, is considering the launch of a drone delivery endeavor, called Wing Marketplace, for shuttling food through the air to consumers, according to a report Wednesday by The Wall Street Journal. The company has met with Domino's Pizza and grocer Whole Foods as possible partners, the report said, citing former Google employees. Each delivery would cost customers a $6 fee.