Buy With Your Eyes? Japanese Telecomm Unveils New Device

While we're all oohing and aahing over how cool it is to pay for things with our fingerprints and Apple Pay, people in Japan are paying for things with their eyes.
As part of its 2015 summer lineup, Japanese telecommunications company NTT Docomo unveiled a dozen mobile devices, the bulk of which include Samsung, Sharp and Sony phones. But one phone — the Arrows NX F-04G — stands out from the pack. NTT Docomo says the Arrows NX is the world's first smartphone to use iris recognition in conjunction with fingerprint authentication. Users will be able to unlock their phones and shop for things just by looking directly into the front-facing camera.