Walmart considers starting streaming service

Walmart is considering launching its own streaming video service to compete with Netflix and Amazon.
0:52 | 07/18/18

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In today's tech bikes Wal-Mart is reportedly going after Amazon again. But this time it's not in retailing the information website reports Wal-Mart is considering launching its own streaming video service. The service would reportedly cost less than Amazon prime and Netflix. UPS is testing a way for people to get packages delivered when they're not home. It started as a pilot program in New York City where drivers use Smart box to gain entry into apartment buildings that don't have doorman. Amazon launched a similar service last month using lockers in common areas and a Girl Scouts are changing with the times introducing a badge for cyber security. The goal is to prepare girls for a modern world filled with digital opportunities as well as threats. The cyber security that is among a batch of thirty new badges aimed at promoting stem education science technology engineering and math. Well urged very. Then that's your tech bytes.

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