Amazon is ramping up tests of cashierless stores, a move that could see the futuristic tech launched in Whole Foods
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.Amazon is evaluating out its cashierless innovation in larger shops, The Wall Street Journal reports.Amazon’s cashierless checkout tech tracks the products that buyers draw from racks and charges them immediately.The Journal reports Amazon might roll the tech out to Whole Foods.
Amazon is checking out its cashierless checkout innovation in larger shops —– with one eye on Whole Foods, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Sources informed the Journal that Amazon is checking out the futuristic tech —– which charges and tracks for the products consumers draw from the racks —– in Seattle, in an area formatted like a big shop. See the remainder of the story at Business Insider
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