Wal-Mart is ready to go with Scan & Go. Officials of the retailer at its annual shareholders meeting events earlier this month said they were encouraged by early results from “Scan & Go” technology introduced earlier this year at 200 stores and would release an app version for Android devices later this month. The app is a more robust version of Wal-Mart’s current mobile application, including an in-store mode allowing price scanning and the ability to add ...
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