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Google: Bionic Armels: $12,000 is a Pile of Scrap Metal

October 21, 2021 Comments Off on Google: Bionic Armels: $12,000 is a Pile of Scrap Metal By admin

A $12 million robotics arm built by Google is just a pile of scrap metal, a source familiar with the company’s plans told Vice News.

Bionic Armel, which was announced last week, is designed to work on robotic arms that can perform tasks such as lifting heavy objects or picking up small objects, and will be able to perform tasks with higher levels of precision, according to the source.

It will also be able “to be integrated into other robotic arms in the future, such as for use in mining operations,” the source said.

Google announced Bionic Arms last year and then revealed it was actually building a version of the device, known as Bionic, for the U.S. military.

The company’s first prototype, Bionic 2, was developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

It uses a modified version of a 3D printer and a robotic arm that is equipped with sensors and actuators.

It’s unclear if Bionic 3 will use a 3-D printer, or if Google will actually build a 3rd version of Bionic.

Google didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

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Wal-Mart stock plunges on new US job report

October 14, 2021 Comments Off on Wal-Mart stock plunges on new US job report By admin

Wal-Marts stock plunged on the new US jobs report, and its shares have already lost more than 10% of their value.

The stock plunged more than 7% in premarket trade, to $14.96, after the US Bureau of Labor Statistics released a report on Wednesday that showed the number of US jobs fell by 215,000 in November.

The report showed that the number fell to 185,000, a 0.1% drop, in November, the first time since 2007 that US jobs have declined.

The company’s stock was down almost 10% from its opening price on Thursday, when it was worth $16.73.

The stock fell as much as 15% in the day’s trading, but was still higher than the $15.49 it was trading for on Friday.

The US economy has been slowing since last year, and the jobs numbers were the biggest signal yet of the strength of the recovery.

The news was welcomed by investors, who are generally bullish on the stock.

Shares of Wal-mart, the world’s biggest retailer, are up nearly 10% in recent months, while the Nasdaq index of companies in the tech industry has surged by nearly 20% this year.

Wal-Mart has been a big beneficiary of the US recovery.

In the past year, it has shed millions of jobs and has added millions more.

The jobs report was a sign that the US economy is back to its growth and that the country is on track to add nearly 200 million jobs in 2020.

It is the biggest monthly drop in US employment since the recession began.

Walmart is one of the worlds largest employers, with about 200,000 workers in its U.S. stores, where many of its products are sold.

WalMart is now one of two big employers of women in the U.K. and Ireland.

Wal-marts have also been hit hard by the global financial crisis, which has wiped out billions of dollars in profits and pushed the company’s revenue to near-record lows.

The company has also been under pressure to pay higher wages, particularly in the US.


Walmart stock price drops $2.19, analysts say

July 11, 2021 Comments Off on Walmart stock price drops $2.19, analysts say By admin

NEW YORK — Walmart stock price dropped $2 on Wednesday, after the retail giant announced a series of changes that would make it harder for retailers to sell their goods through its online sales platform.

Walmart, which has been under pressure for months over its online platform, said it will begin requiring customers to use a credit card to buy products.

Walmarts sales have declined for two straight quarters as competitors such as Amazon and Target cut prices and the company has been forced to cut prices in order to keep up with growing competition.

Its stock dropped $1.36, or 0.8%, to $62.93 in early trading.

Analysts said the new restrictions could have an impact on Walmart’s business, and the retailer is already struggling to survive as it attempts to grow its online business.

“They are making it very difficult to get your orders through and this could have a huge impact on business,” said Jeff O’Brien, chief investment officer at First Capital Advisors.

Amazon and Target have already begun phasing out the online sales service in the wake of the announcement.

The move to impose credit card fees is expected to hit Walmart’s bottom line as it tries to compete with Walmart’s rivals such as Best Buy, Amazon and Amazon Prime, which offer similar deals.

In addition to the online requirement, Walmart said it would begin restricting the ability of online retailers to use credit cards to sell items.

Walmarks stock price fell by $2, or 2%, to close at $62,861.

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