Wal-Marts is losing another $800 million as more and more consumers move to the more affordable, online-only computers.

That was the verdict of the company’s financial results released Monday, which show a loss of $1,095 million in the first quarter.

The company’s revenue fell by $1 billion to $835 million.

Its net income fell by an estimated $1 million to $2.9 billion.

The company had revenue of $8.9 trillion last year.

The online-Only segment of the business was a net loss of more than $1bn.

In the first half of the year, Wal-Meisters sales fell 9.1%.

The company has said it expects the online-store segment to be profitable in the third quarter.