An Amazon "Cloud Cam," part of the online retailer's kit enabling in-home delivery, is seen in San Francisco, California, U.S., October 24, 2017. PREUTERS/Jeffrey Dastin
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Amazon said Wednesday it'll launch a service called Amazon Key next month that will let people allow the door to be unlocked when they're not there so packages can be left inside.Shoppers will then be able to choose in-home delivery as an option in the Amazon app.Amazon will make sure the person is at the right home and unlock the door.For Amazon, the in-home delivery service helps it enter the fast-growing home security camera market, competing with Google's Nest cameras, said Martin Garner, a device and internet analyst at CCS Insight.For package deliveries, you may need to keep your dogs and cats contained: Amazon doesn't recommend using the in-home service if pets can get to the front door on delivery day.
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