Hiku Labs creates scanner to form grocery-shopping list

Startup Hiku Labs has released a grocery-shopping device that allows creation of a digital list by either scanning an item's bar code at home or recording a voice memo. The device has a database of more than 10 million products, and items can be added by the Hiku community. The gadget costs $79 and has an accompanying mobile application that sends the shopping list to a user's smartphone.

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