Amazon testing cashier-less Whole Foods stores
Strategic Resource Group managing director Burt Flickinger on the impact of cashier-less stores on the retail industry.
Whole Foods shoppers in Austin, Texas, can now buy their groceries with nothing more than a swipe of the palm.
The new Amazon One device is connected to a customer's credit or debit card and can scan their unique palm signature in about a second.
Austin is the first city to get the Amazon One device outside of Seattle, where the company has rolled the feature out at nine Whole Foods locations.