Amazon to offer palm-scanning as option for entry into US stores


Initially, palm-based scanners will be available as an entry option at two Amazon Go stores in Seattle, Washington, the United States. — Reuters

Amazon is starting to offer a palm-scanning option as a method of enabling people to enter its stores, according to a blog post.

Initially, palm-based scanners will be available as an entry option at two Amazon Go stores in Seattle, Washington, the United States, but the company said in its blog post on Sept 29 that it’s in "active discussions” to introduce the technology in third-party stores.

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