The frictionless 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, shoppers can scan their hand at the register to pay for groceries without having to open their wallets.
Look, no hands: Convenience shoppers prefer to tap and pay Cash is no longer king, having been dethroned by shoppers opting for contactless payments at the c-store level. Fittingly, a primary driver is overall convenience, as shoppers seek quick and easy ways to pay, whether in store or at the pu
Burgeoning concept combines digital technologies with offline shopping experiences Looking at competitive dynamics within the food and beverage retailing marketplace, competition is steep. As the lines of competitive differentiation continue to blur between channels, retailers look for ways to ampl
Amazon is aiming to kill the supermarket checkout line.The online retailing giant is opening its first cashierless supermarket, the latest sign that Amazon is serious about shaking up the $800 billion grocery industry.At the new store in Seattle, shoppers can grab milk or eggs and walk out without c