Amazon Opens Grocery Store Without Cashiers


Amazon has a new grocery store opening to the public Monday with no cashiers or registers.  Instead, the store has countless cameras and sensors that scan what you have as you bag or walk out and charges everything to your account.  The Seattle store was originally supposed to open last year but was delayed while the company fine-tuned the technology.  

The store is about the size of a convenience mart and requires an Amazon app.

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