Microsoft Trying to Cash-In on the Legal Marijuana Trade

The computer giant is working on developing software to track sales for the legal marijuana industry.
0:51 | 06/17/16

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In today's tech bytes Microsoft is cashing in on the legal marijuana but the. The tech companies teaming up with an LA start up to develop new software which will help states track sales of both medical and recreational week. Plume has come up with a unique way to improve your homes Wi-Fi. The company has developed a series of small plug in devices which connect to the crowd. It and provide a stronger signal wherever you needed and the plug ins will retail for about 49 dollars apiece. And it appeared certain cities you may soon see Ali a self driving bus. Made of 3-D printed parts Ollie seats up to twelve passengers. It can answer questions it get a suggest local areas of interest that's currently in DC and will expand to Miami and Las Vegas later this year. Pretty cool. The dazzled cool but made a free credit cards I don't know if skeptical that little bit does your check quite a great day.

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