Amazon Key will enable drivers to let themselves in to your house to deposit parcels

Chris Merriman
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Err, I don't think so, thank you very much, Amazon

  Amazon has revealed its latest wheeze to dominate online and real-world retail with what it calls Amazon Key.  The technology uses so-called smart locks that can be opened by an "Amazon Log...

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