USA: Technology at hand on grocery checkouts
A Thriftway grocery store in West Seattle is offering shoppers the chance to pay for their shopping with a new system that scans their fingerprints. The new technology, developed by the privately held Oakland, California-based company Indivos, was unveiled yesterday [Thursday] to a mixed response, however, as consumers weighed up the relative virtues of security and convenience.
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