Huh. How neat is that? That's pretty neat.
With the in-store camera, we're getting close to making the events of Feed (http://www.amazon.com/dp/0763662623) a reality.
Next-Gen paying has just started!
wrong. just new to google. have you not heard of paypal?lol
i guess we will see if this will actually catch on where google wallet did not.
1.5 million android pay registrations minus every rooted phone you are denying access to. please allow rooted phones to use Android Pay, place a disclaimer and let us know the risks, then let us use your App.
Okay, that seems interesting ... Will add it to my store soon!masjid-perfume.com
I would like to imagine a world where everything I purchase was not tracked, catalogued and commoditized for the consumption of marketing departments.A world without cash is not only a world without economic privacy, but one where ultimately you have no control over your own currency.
Ray, I agree with you. We are all gonna be consume by technology soon.
Its Simply Awesome ! Waiting for the magic "Hands free " Day .
What happen when you say “I’ll pay with Google”?http://www.youthapps.in/2016/03/what-happen-when-you-say-ill-pay-with.html
next gen paying has just started http://pcehelp.com
Great news!Do you want to help you on providing Voice verification in combination with photo verification?Speech Technology Center has a great solution for you, Google!www.speechpro.comRamez KassouBusiness Partnerkassu@speechpro.com
Wouldn't that be prone to abuse by unscrupulous cashiers? Cause from what I read it seems that the only authentication (when the HandsFree Camera isn't installed) is the cashier comparing the faces.
How does it affect the battery lifetime?
Hmm...remember actually making a payment the exact same way two years ago in SF. Except it was PayPal. PayPal staff were physically there at the restaurant guiding people through the process. History repeats.
super cool idea ...will try to use this app ...
Right, because what we need is ANOTHER "next-gen" way to pay for stuff that barely anyone will support.
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Nice! Can't wait for this to launch in NYC :)
Pay with photo recognition? Someone on the Google development team is a fan of Minority Report.
its about time google starts tracking our purchases, how else are they going to know our interests so they can target ads to us
It will be good if it comes with additional verification like voice/fingerprint and as stated deleted immediately after purchase.
Wonder how this'll work on Halloween ??? #scary
So I don't see a feedback form, either here or on the Hands Free site. Maybe I'm missing it. The feedback link on the upper right just goes to the general product forums, which have no section for Hands Free.Anyway, I've used it twice now at the McDonald's on Mathtilda Ave in Mountain View. Both times it got hung up on the same problem: my initials are "WR", and the cashier can't initiate the transaction without you telling them to type the initials.Each time, after I said "WR", they typed "RR". They think I'm saying "double R". The infrequent use of W among Spanish language speakers is probably a complicating factor. This last transaction the guy got so frustrated he had to write down what he thought I said ("RR") and I had to explain that the first letter is DOUBLE YOU.Anyway this is probably not a failure mode that you anticipated. It could be particularly hard on hearing-impaired or speech-impaired customers and cashiers, and makes language barriers particularly severe.
Hi Rick, please use the contact form on the Hands Free Help Center - https://support.google.com/handsfree. You should be able to reach the right people there, and provide any feedback. Sorry about the trouble.