Tech Bytes: Baby Shark becomes YouTube's most viewed video ever |

Tech Bytes: Baby Shark becomes YouTube's most viewed video ever

Created: November 03, 2020 09:58 AM

Walmart tosses plan to have robots scan the shelves. The retailer is reportedly ending its deal with a robotics company that has machines track inventory. The Wall Street Journal says Walmart found a more cost effective way to use humans for the job.

Plus, some Colorado schools are using a device that tracks teachers as they move around their classes. The swivel camera also picks up students' voices in class. Teachers say it's a great way to keep students who are learning remotley to feel connected to the classroom.

Baby Shark has chomped its way into the record books. The catchy kiddie hit is now the most watched YouTube video of all time with more than 7 billion views. It racked up 4.5 billion of those views since the start of the pandemic taking the crown from Despacito.

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