The Associated Press reports:
Amazon is rolling out pay-by-palm technology at some Whole Foods grocery stores near its headquarters to make paying quicker and more convenient.
The technology, called Amazon One, lets shoppers scan the palm of their hand and connect it to a credit card or Amazon account. After the initial set up, which Amazon says takes less than a minute, shoppers can scan their hand at the register to pay for groceries without having to open their wallets.
Amazon first launched the technology late last year and at the time said the technology could be used at stadiums, office buildings and other retailers. So far, Amazon hasn’t announced any takers.
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Amazon has begun rollout of its pay-by-palm tech, which lets shoppers scan the palm of their hand and connect it to a credit card or Amazon account.
Shoppers would then scan their hand at the register to pay for grocerieshttps://t.co/F16aszJn4W
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