CricInfo title WalMart to debut digital scale at its North American stores article Wal-mart has announced plans to debut a digital scale to display digital content on store shelves, as well as digital products, in its North America stores.

The announcement was made during a media briefing on Thursday morning, with the company revealing that digital shelves would be installed in about 30% of its stores, with some stores being able to display more than 50,000 products.

In a statement on Wednesday, Wal- Mart said it was also adding new digital items to its store inventory, and would continue to add to its digital library of digital content to make it easier for customers to discover and purchase digital content.

The digital scale is the digital display and display of digital products in digital formats.

The scale can be set to display products in a digital format, digital format in a format that can only be seen with digital products or in formats that are not accessible to consumers through digital displays.

The digital display is a digital display that can be viewed with digital displays, including the display of products in formats not accessible by digital displays such as DVD or Blu-ray discs.

Wal-Mart said that it will start by showing 1.2 million items on digital shelves, but the company did not provide a timeline for when it expects to begin displaying more items.

It also did not give a timeframe for when the new digital product line will begin to be launched.

Wal- mar said it will also begin rolling out its digital digital catalogue to customers, which will be available to customers who want to purchase digital products from the company.

The move comes as Wal- mart has faced criticism over the past year for its slow rollout of its digital offering.

A number of major retailers, including Target, Home Depot and Wal- marts parent, Walgreens, have faced backlash for their slow rollout, which many have blamed on a shortage of physical retail space.

In September, a group of retailers including Target and Macy’s filed a class action lawsuit against Wal- stons parent, Walmart, alleging that Wal- mans online shopping platform violated the federal Fair Labor Standards Act.

Walmart said in a statement at the time that it had created a digital library with content that is designed to help customers find and purchase the best and most relevant digital content online.

The company said that this digital content is “designed to assist customers in finding the products they need, including those that may not be available through conventional retail channels.”

The announcement comes on the heels of Wal- mas move to introduce digital displays in its U.S. stores in 2017.

Walmarts plans to launch a digital digital display in its stores at the end of next year.