Shoppers at Adobe’s prototype “store of the future” in Las Vegas are being given RFID chip-enabled shopping bags that allow them to purchase items simply by putting the bags on a checkout counter. “The bags automatically inventory any items put in them and then charge a customer’s credit card when they exit the store,” Fast reports. “Beacons in the store help the retailer identify the customer.”
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