Amazon Go lets you trade your privacy for a cashier-less lunch buying experience
ONLINE RETAIL GIANT Amazon has launched a shop that will make you feel like a shoplifter but will actually be tracking your every move.
Amazon Go arrives in the form of an 1800-square-foot retail space located in the company’s hometown of Seattle and is described by the firm as a “new kind of store” without checkouts.
Instead of making small talk with cashiers or battling a self-service checkout that refuses to recognise your shopping in the bagging area, Amazon Go lets you waltz in, pick up a sandwich, and walk straight out. – READ MORE