New Amazon Go locations are reportedly on the horizon as Amazon turns its attention to tackling health care.
Amazon could hit $1 trillion in market capitalization in the next 12-18 months, analyst Dan Ives told CNBC News. The company’s combination of its consumer retail growth, web services and a move into health care could push the company past the milestone, he said.
Amazon is reportedly collaborating with JPMorgan Chase and Berkshire Hathaway in an effort to transform the American health care system, according to USA Today.
But it hasn’t turned its attention away from retail.
A recent article by Recode, announced that Amazon plans to open as many as six more Amazon Go locations in 2018. Locations are likely to be in Seattle and Los Angeles, according to Recode, but it’s unclear if the company has its sites set on other cities as well.
Engadget reported that Amazon’s AR (augmented reality) View shopping tool is now available on Android—in addition to iOS where it launched last year. AR View lets customers see how certain items would look in their home before making a purchase. Inside the Amazon app, customers can use the camera icon to try products from electronics to toys.