MOBILE, Ala. - Walmart is trying to make things safer for online shoppers.
This summer, some Walmart shoppers will be able to order a product online, have it kept in a physical locker at a Walmart store, and pick it up in person whenever they want. Lockers are increasingly being used by online retailers to cut down on theft when a package is delivered to a shopper's doorstep.
Walmart is also doubling the number of stores that can fill orders placed online.
One Pennsylvania baseball stadium has come up with some unique entertainment.... urinal video games. The system uses sensors to tell when you've started, and immediately switches to a game. It can tell when you finish and let's you sign in with a score, for the whole world to see your bathroom glory.
Google has picked eight-thousand people in the U.S. to wear its new internet-connected glasses called 'Google Glass'. Those chosen will have to pay $1,500 to try the smart glasses, and travel to New York, Los Angeles or the San Francisco Bay area to pick them up.
The glasses respond to voice commands, and are equipped with a hidden camera and a tiny display screen above the right eye. The device is expected to be widely available late this year or early next year.
Excitement has been building on the belief that Google is leading a new wave of technology known as wearable computing.
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