Sunday, 27 July 2014

Amazon is making a payment card reader

Amazon may well revolve around online shopping , however it apparently has some interest in brick-and-mortar retail -- you will discover now hints that it's introducing a Square-style payment card reader . The team at 9to5Mac has acquired Staples documents showing that a $10 "Amazon Credit card Reader" is launching sometime in the near future . Even though there's no exact release date on hand , the supply store is predicted to start advertising Amazon's gadget on August 12th ; logic indicates the peripheral would go on sale around then.

The corporation hasn't confirmed any plans , so take the obvious leak with a few grains of salt . We've reached out to Amazon to check if it can shed a lot more light on the subject . Such a move could make sense for the e-commerce giant , though . It released a wallet app mere days ago , so it clearly has a pre existing interest in the mobile payment sphere . Provided the leak is accurate , the genuine question is whether or not Jeff Bezos and organization can lure stores away from the likes of Square or PayPal . This is previously a fiercely competitive space , and many retailers already are wary of Amazon given that it thrives on luring consumers away from conventional shops.

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