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Germany's future supermarket

Peter Rojas
June 16, 2004
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Sorta like those test programs that supermarkets like Albertsons and others are trying out here in the States, a supermarket chain in Germany has created a "Future Store" where all the shopping carts have built-in mini-PCs and barcode scanners so shoppers can ring themselves up as the stroll up and down the aisles. This might be the very last time we consider an article like this to be "news".

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