Tech Bytes: Walmart Boosting Online Prices, Dodge Challenger "Demon" in Stores

November 13, 2017 08:55 AM

In today's Tech Bytes, if you're looking for the lowest price at Walmart, you might want to skip their website. The Wall Street Journal reports the store has been boosting prices for some food and household items online as it tries to drive foot traffic at its stores.

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An online retailer in China set an all-time record for sales. Saturday was the country's unofficial retail holiday, similar to Black Friday. Alibaba racked in $25 billion dollars in just 24 hours. For comparison, on Black Friday last year, sales for online retailers in the US made 3.3 billion dollars combined.

Dodge's controversial 2018 Challenger "Demon" is now headed to dealers. Boasting an 840 horsepower, it can hit zero to 100 in five seconds. The vehicle comes with two separate keys. You'll need the red one to unleash all 840 horses. Pricing starts at $85,000.


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