Demagnetized or lost hotel key cards may soon become a problem of the past as Starwood Hotels rolls out keyless entry in its smartphone app.
Demagnetized or lost hotel key cards may soon become a problem of the past. Starwood Hotels is rolling out a keyless-entry feature in its smartphone app. CNET's Sumi Das checks in at a Starwood hotel to check out the technology.
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