Microsoft reportedly developing cashierless store to rival Amazon

June 14, 2018 Rachel Kaser


Microsoft appears to be working on tech to build cashier-less stores, to which end it’s reportedly spoken with everyone’s favorite big box store, Walmart. The details: A report from Reuters says the tech company is working on a system which will track what a customer in a given brick-and-mortar store puts in their cart. It’s supposedly flashed samples of this tech and has even discussed potential collaboration with Walmart. As yet, we have no idea how far along Microsoft are in their idea — it might not be ready for prime time for a while. Why it matters: This is…

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