Monday, March 27, 2017

Amazon’s no-cashier store can’t handle more than a few shoppers

Amazon wanted to make a store where anyone can walk in, and take what they want without having to stop to pay on the way out. It seems all it takes to break this pie-in-the-sky idea are the shoppers. The Wall Street Journal reports that the technology required for the store to charge customers breaks down if there are more than 20 shoppers in the store, or if the shoppers move too quickly. As a result, Amazon has delayed the opening of its Go store while it figures out how to fix the issue. The idea behind the store is buyers may…

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