Amazon's grocery store of the future, Oculus Touch reviews are in
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As Amazon continues to dominate the online retailer space, certainly worth doing a double take.
The company's latest product, an actual brick and mortar grocery store.
Amazon go intends to be the produce store of the future, taking advantage of what it's calling the worlds most advanced shopping technology.
In the video release, customers take the things they want but skip a checkout line because there isn't one.
Instead, computer vision and machine learning technology will essentially see what you take and charge your Amazon account accordingly.
The store is being tested now in Seattle but will open to the public in 2017.
Google has unveiled a new app called Trusted Contacts.
It aims to keep you safe in emergency situations.
This software lets you give certain people your exact location at a moment's notice.
If there's ever a crisis they can see if your phone is offline is the battery is charged and more.
For now trusted contacts is only available for Android.
And finally, Oculus touch reviews are in.
Those are the controllers for the Oculus VR heads that critique seems impressed with the finger and hand movement detection but still concedes that the HTC vice room tracking is still peculiar.
For more on the touch, checkout cnet.
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