Peerless-AV announces kiosk manufacturing center

Audio visual technology solutions provider Peerless-AV today announced a new custom kiosk building capability with the opening of a Kiosk Integration Center within its 320,000-square-foot manufacturing facility, the company said in a news release. The manufacturing center assembles, tests and...

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Music kiosks 'Get 'em to the Greek'

Concert goers at L.A.'s Greek Theatre take home live performances via kiosks.

Kiosks, ATMs could see new ADA regulations

The Justice Department is mulling rule changes regarding access to kiosks by the disabled.

Ask the Experts: Identifying the characteristics of a good narrator for kiosk voice prompts

What should deployers of self-service kiosks look for when selecting a narrator for the kiosk's voice prompts? Allison Smith, a professional voice actress who has voiced kiosks in the past, gives her advice.  

More from the floor of Self Service Expo

A look at other new tech and tools from KioskCom.

KioskCom Las Vegas wraps

EyeSite kiosk sticks out among the record number of exhibitors.

Exhibitors take Self Service Expo to new level

Las Vegas show draws the right kind of traffic for exhibitors and attendees.

The 2005 Kiosk Awards: Entries for General and Best New Kiosk Application

Find out who has entered what into the Best New Kiosk Application and the General categories of the 2005 Kiosk Awards.

Wincor World '06 highlights comprehensive banking, retail solutions

Innovation in system architecture is changing the way retailers do business. At Wincor World 2006, more than 70 Wincor partners from around the world will be in Paderborn, Germany, to show off solutions they've developed with Wincor Nixdorf.

Competition was steep for the 6th Annual Kiosk Awards

The 6th Annual Kiosk Awards were announced Oct. 18 at the Self-Service & Kiosk Show in San Francisco. Find out which self-service devices took home the honors.

Show emphasizes the big picture of self-service (cont.)

The name change was telling: The Self-Service & Kiosk Show (formerly The Kiosk Show) took a much broader view of self-service as a business strategy. Kiosks were certainly in attendance, but just a large part of a larger picture.

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Do-it-yourself music kiosk in the spotlight

The penny stock researcher Tech24.org recently highlighted Star Mobile Corporation, an Israel-based provider of mobile and live recording opportunities with a kiosk. Its karaoke-style machine is equipped with a digital media software platform and devices used for recording the music....

MOD Systems, Domino's Pizza in talks to provide movies on demand

Video Business: MOD Systems and Domino's Pizza are in talks to give consumers the opportunity to have their pizza and movie delivered by the same person, according to participants at Wednesday's Entertainment Supply Chain Academy. MOD Systems has been testing...

HMV plans to roll out music download kiosks to combat pirating in Britain

ContactMusic.com: The music industry needs to adapt to the "digital landscape" as downloading increases, experts have claimed. A survey published by the British Music Rights (BMR) organization this week found that a huge proportion of 14- to 24-year-olds admitted to...

VIDEO: Coverage from KioskCom Self Service Expo 2008

Self-Service World and Kiosk Marketplace present a look at some of the exhibits and people from the KioskCom Las Vegas show.

KIOSKCOM: EyeSite kiosk clear winner at awards ceremony

LAS VEGAS—It was triple vision for SoloHealth at KioskCom's Self Service Excellence awards ceremony as its innovative EyeSite kiosk won two of three categories where it had been entered and snagged the day's grand prize, the Best of the Best,...

NCR celebrates 10 years in self-checkout

Grocery Retail Online: For shoppers in thousands of stores worldwide, the ability to scan, bag and pay for items has become synonymous with NCR's FastLane — today's version of the self-checkout solution that NCR Corp. introduced 10 years ago.

Sensitive Object, Elo TouchSystems sign development deal

PARIS — Sensitive Object and Tyco Electronics' Elo TouchSystems have announced a cross-license agreement to further the development of their technologies and expand their respective product offerings.   Sensitive Object owns technology based on the recognition of sound waves in solid objects called ReverSysTM.

Kiosk magazine changes name to Self-Service World

Kiosk magazine, published by Louisville, Ky.-based NetWorld Alliance (which also publishes this Web site), is undergoing a change, and with the new year comes a new name: Self-Service World magazine. "The more we examined the needs of our readers, the...

2005 Kiosk Award winners announced

The winners of the 6th Annual Kiosk Awards were announced in a presentation Tuesday at the Self-Service & Kiosk Show, held Oct. 17-18 in San Francisco.

Wrap-up: The Self-Service & Kiosk Show, day two

The second day of this season's Self-Service and Kiosk Show started early, with the annual meeting of the kiosks.org association. And one of the key announcements made at that meeting was the official change of the organization's name to The Self-Service and Kiosk Association.

Kiosks.org Association announces name change

SAN FRANCISCO - kiosks.org association announced today at its annual meeting that it would change its name to the Self-Service & Kiosk Association, effective immediately. The association also announced that the URL for its Web site will change to www.selfservice.org.

Self-Service & Kiosk Show underway with cutting-edge tech, seminars

The Self-Service & Kiosk Show opened yesterday in San Francisco. Officials with NetWorld Alliance, which owns and operates the event formerly known as The Kiosk Show, said about 600 people were expected to attend, based on pre-registration numbers and early check-in rates.

Self-Service & Kiosk Show opens in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO - The Self-Service & Kiosk show opens today at the South San Francisco Convention Center. The two-day event not only highlights self-service technology but also features real-world kiosk demonstrations.

Exhibitors flock to newly named Self-Service & Kiosk Show

With the line between kiosks and other self-service technology continuing to blur, Networld Alliance has transformed and expanded the focus of its semiannual show, which is expected to draw nearly 50 exhibitors in October to San Francisco.

Self-Service & Kiosk Show announces partners, sponsors

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - NetWorld Alliance, which owns KioskMarketplace, has signed Source Technologies, St.

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