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Walmart to partner with Uber and Lyft to deliver your groceries

Walmart to partner with Uber and Lyft to deliver your groceries

Have you ever wished that someone else could do all of your grocery shopping for you? You just make the list, and then someone shows up at your door with exactly what you ordered. Amazon can deliver a lot of goods to your door, including fresh food options in some locations. However, another major retailer wants to start delivering your groceries.

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Walmart plans to check its inventories using drones within 9 months

Walmart plans to check its inventories using drones within 9 months

We've heard about Walmart's drone delivery ambitions off and on for months; back in October 2015, the company asked the Federal Aviation Administration for permission to test delivery drones. Now, according to the company, it is possibly only half a year away from using drones to check the inventories in its warehouses, the first step in what will likely be a much larger utilization of UAVs in coming years.

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How to use Walmart Pay (hint: it’s really simple)

How to use Walmart Pay (hint: it’s really simple)

Walmart Pay, the retailer's alternative to Android Pay and Apple Pay, just made its first big rollout, arriving in all of the company's stores in both Texas and Arkansas. Given how big Texas is, it's not surprising the rollout encompasses nearly 600 stores -- that's a lot of stores, yes, but also a lot of customers who have a new-fangled way to pay. How do you use Walmart Pay? It's pretty easy.

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Walmart Pay arrives in 590 stores across Texas and Arkansas

Walmart Pay arrives in 590 stores across Texas and Arkansas

Walmart Pay is finally starting its grand rollout, giving the retailer’s hoard of shoppers a mobile way to pay in-store that doesn’t involve Android or Apple. The rollout is starting with Arkansas and Texas, but not in a trickling fashion — all the stores in both states are getting support for the mobile payment option, amounting to 590 locations. Walmart Pay was first announced this past December.

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Walmart rolls out free two-day shipping in jab at Amazon

Walmart rolls out free two-day shipping in jab at Amazon

Walmart's no stranger to taking on Amazon; last year, for example, the retailer announced a flat-rate unlimited shipping option called ShippingPass that undercut Amazon Prime at $50/year while offering a similar level of convenience. Now the company is stepping up its game, revealing plans to offer free two-day shipping to customers who prefer ordering online rather than visiting a store; a $49/year ShippingPass subscription will be required.

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Walmart files lawsuit against VISA for requiring customer signatures

Walmart files lawsuit against VISA for requiring customer signatures

Wal-Mart isn't known for being a champion of the people. While they do offer low prices, they also don't pay competitive wages for their workers. However, yesterday the company announced that they would be suing Visa, due to perceived risks to customers who use debit cards issued by the company.

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Walmart Pay is arriving soon as iOS app updated with support

Walmart Pay is arriving soon as iOS app updated with support

Walmart Pay, the company’s own mobile pay alternative to Apple Pay and similar mobile payment systems, was announced late last year with the promise of coming to both iOS and Android. Though the payment option isn’t live in stores yet, it has made its way to the company’s iOS app, showing up in version 6.8 released this week. With it, users will be able to pay at the register with their phone, will receive a digital receipt in the app, and more.

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Walmart announces Walmart Pay for QR code-based mobile payments

Walmart announces Walmart Pay for QR code-based mobile payments

Having resisted the growing presence of mobile payment systems from Apple, Google, and Samsung, retail giant Walmart today announced its own solution called — wait for it — Walmart Pay. The system is actually rolling out as an update to the existing Walmart app for both iOS and Android, and is set to be accepted at select Walmart stores starting on Thursday.

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Walmart’s now offering a $10 Android smartphone

Walmart’s now offering a $10 Android smartphone

Smartphones have come down in price considerably over the years; those willing to deal with barebones features and lowest-end specs have been able to find ultra-cheap options at around the $35 mark, for example. Wal-Mart just undercut that already low figure, however, introducing a sub-$10 smartphone that'll meet someone's most basic needs, the most important of which is being exceptionally budget-friendly.

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Walmart requests permission to test delivery drones

Walmart requests permission to test delivery drones

Watch out, Amazon. Walmart, a company that has increasingly felt the pressure from inexpensive online competitors (e.g., Amazon), has applied for permission to test delivery drones. The idea of such a delivery method got widespread attention thanks to Amazon, and though it was mostly regarded as sounding comical at the time, other companies have expressed interest in the idea.

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Walmart’s new smart infant car seat combats heat stroke deaths

Walmart’s new smart infant car seat combats heat stroke deaths

Walmart has decided to tackle the very tragic problem of infant heat stroke deaths that result when a baby is forgotten in the car. Unfortunately, the summer months bring high heat in many states and that heat results in cars that get very, very hot in a short period of time. Routine changes, quiet naps and more have resulted in drivers forgetting they have a child in the back seat, and, tragically, this is often a fatal mistake. Walmart's newly developed car seat combats this using a mixture of sensors, wireless technology, and an audible alarm.

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Walmart takes on Amazon with flat-rate unlimited shipping option

Walmart takes on Amazon with flat-rate unlimited shipping option

Amazon Prime is enticing to some because of the discounts it offers on shipping, including a free option for those who spring for the $99/year subscription plan. Wal-Mart, it would seem, has felt the crunch because of this and will be challenging it. The company recently announced it will be offering a new unlimited shipping option for those who shop online, doing so with a flat-rate price of $50 per year. With this, the products will take up to three days to arrive, just a touch longer than Amazon Prime’s two-day shipping.

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