Amazon’s palm reading starts at the grocery store, but it could be so much bigger

The Verge | Oct 1, 2020 at 6:56 PM
  • Earlier this week, Amazon unveiled Amazon One: new technology for its Amazon Go stores that lets shoppers pay for their groceries by scanning the palm of their hand.
  • From a security point of view, palm scanning has some key advantages over other biometrics.
  • Binns contrasts Amazon One with technology like Apple’s Face ID.