Amazon testing delivery robots, Hulu cuts core price
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Amazon might see a future in delivery robots.
The company is actually testing a robot it's calling scout, to deliver small packages to a town in Washington, outside the company's headquarters in Seattle.
A fleet of six scouts are making their debut, with Amazon saying they'll avoid pedestrians and pets alike.
Starting now YouTube TV has expanded its reach in the US now essentially accessible nationwide as a result of the addition 95 new markets.
Of course, this comes just in time for a very popular sport's game at the start of next month.
Perhaps a good time for would be customers to try out the service.
And finally, just as Netflix hiked its prices across the board, Hulu has actually lowered the price of its core servers down to $5.99 a month from $7.99.
It's not all good news though, Hulu is actually raising the price of its internet TV package up to $44.99 a month from the current $39.99.
Some of the TV add-ons though will be available for less.
All of the new rates start February 26th.
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