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From cashier-free stores to home robots, Amazon's plans to take over the world

Lovemoney Logo By Daniel Coughlin of Lovemoney | Slide 1 of 27: Amazon has grown from humble beginnings as a modest online bookstore that started in a garage into a global e-commerce and cloud colossus that became the first company to be worth $1 trillion (£765bn). But you ain't seen nothing yet. Seemingly intent on world domination, the Seattle-based company has a whole bunch of projects in the pipeline that will make your jaw drop. From simple moves like better price cuts to huge things like drone delivery. Join us as we take an eye-opening look at what Amazon plans to do next.

Amazon's ambitious projects for the future

Amazon has grown from humble beginnings as a modest online bookstore that started in a garage into a global e-commerce and cloud colossus that became the first company to be worth $1 trillion. But you ain't seen nothing yet. Seemingly intent on world domination, the Seattle-based company has a whole bunch of projects in the pipeline that will make your jaw drop. From simple moves like better price cuts to huge things like drone delivery.

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