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Now You can Pay by Palm instead of the Bank Card : Amazon One service

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Using the palm instead of the bank card: Amazon unveiled on Tuesday the contactless biometric technology that allows customers to pay in the store with a simple movement of the hand. Bemorepanda is impressed!

 

The Amazon One service will first be available at two of Amazon's Amazon Go convenience stores, where the company is headquartered.

 

Entrepreneur Jeff Bezos' group plans to add the technology to other grocery stores in the United States (Chicago, San Francisco and New York, among other outlets in Seattle) and sell it to third-party stores, but has not yet announced the name of a potential partner.

 

The top grocery chain Whole Foods Market, purchased in 2017 by Amazon, could also be equipped in the future with this new payment system.

 

"In most retail outlets, Amazon One could become an alternative payment method or a loyalty card option with a home device alongside the traditional payment system," Dilip Kumar, vice president for Amazon's retail and technology.

 

Kumar also informed that Amazon One could be used for public entrance in stadiums or for employees' access to the workplace.

 

Described by Amazon as "fast, reliable and secure", the technology uses custom algorithms based on a hand image to create a "unique palm signature".

Customers wishing to register must have a mobile phone number and a bank card, but are not required to have an Amazon account.

 

"We take data security and privacy seriously, and all sensitive data is treated in accordance with our many-year-old policies," the company said.

 

The online commerce giant insists in particular that the images of the palms will not be stored on Amazon One devices, but encrypted and sent to secure ‘cloud’ spaces.

 

Users will also have the option to request the deletion of data associated with Amazon One directly from the device or through a dedicated website.

 


 

 

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$ 160 billion - this is the amount that the Amazon founder's fortune is estimated at. His path can hardly be repeated, but one can and should learn from his mistakes and decisions. Seven years without profit and analysts' forecasts about imminent bankruptcy - we tell how an entrepreneur managed to overcome difficulties and build a company worth more than $ 1 trillion.

Jeff Bezos is considered one of the pioneers of e-commerce. In 1994, he left his position as vice president of a Wall Street company to start his own business. Dropping everything, he moved to Seattle, where he began to develop his plan.

 

Bezos was about to name his business Cadabra, but a lawyer convinced him not to - the word was consonant with the word cadaver. Finally, the entrepreneur settled on Amazon, in honor of the largest river in the world - hence the original company logo.

 

Seattle was chosen by Bezos as headquarters. It was easy to find technicians there, and there was a huge market for book distributors in neighboring Oregon. Bezos started looking for money for the project, while programmers began developing the company's website.

The site Amazon.com began its work in 1995 and within a few months hit all kinds of Internet ratings.

Bezos currently owns 54 million shares in Amazon, bringing his fortune to more than $ 170 billion. Since the beginning of the year, the company's shares have risen 73%, including a 2.1% increase on Wednesday, August 5th.

 

Amazon has seen the highest profit in the company's 26-year history in recent months, despite investors estimating that profits will be wiped out because of the $ 4 billion cost of the health crisis.

 

On Quora people try to find how much money goes to Bezos when we buy something. Bemorepanda selected the top answers.

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If you've ordered something from Amazon but haven't received it yet, it can be worrisome. Have you spent your hard-earned money on something online and the last thing you want to happen is to not receive what you bought?

 

What if the courier hid your package somewhere in the yard? Or maybe it was damaged and will soon arrive with a sorry note. In this article you will find the funniest delivery failures related to Amazon.

 

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19.That's a big fail

 

20. They delivered a package that changed from 3lbs to 0lbs

 

21.Is this a present from Santa?

 

22.The package arrived perfect

 

 

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It's hard to believe that just a few decades ago, ordering online was more of a job than a convenience. Phone and fax orders were still the main means of payment for your product to be delivered as quickly as possible - via Fed-Ex, UPS or other courier services. However, by the mid-1990s, the seeds of what would become a 21st century acquisition had been planted. In 1994, Jeff Bezos founded Amazon. com, which started as an online bookstore.


But he didn't stop there; the company quickly expanded its offerings and became the poster child for online shopping, although some might say it was recently overtaken by its smaller competitor - E-Bay. One of the services now offered by Amazon. com is the Amazon Prime subscription, which offers an improved delivery speed and convenience to its loyal customers.


Amazon Prime is an optional Amazon subscription. The annual fee to take advantage of Amazon Prime is $ 79. 00. Provides members with free standard delivery, free delivery in 2 days and offers a shipping day at 3 USD. 99. In order to benefit from free delivery for a period of two days, an item must meet certain conditions; If the item the customer orders is not in stock, it will be delivered 2 days after the day it is reloaded, as some items may require preparation before they can be shipped.


The customer must check when he expects the item to arrive depending on when the order was placed; Any order placed on Friday or Saturday will be delivered the following Tuesday. In addition to these standard features, there are also options for fast delivery (limited to qualified locations) for $ 3.99 and Sunday delivery (for example, if the customer orders late on Friday or Saturday) for $ 15. 99. For certain items, delivery may be free on the date of issue (and depending on the location of the member). The "One-Click" command feature also presents these options for Amazon Prime members.


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