Self-Service World and Kiosk Marketplace present a look at some of the exhibits and people from the KioskCom Las Vegas show.
Bill Yackey is the managing editor of Digital Signage Today and a regular contributor to Self-Service World. LONDON — KioskCom Europe Expo opened yesterday at the Olympia Convention Center in London.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — NetWorld Alliance, a publisher of b-to-b trade news and information, will launch a portal dedicated to the rapidly expanding market of digital signs on March 1, 2007.
SAN ANTONIO — The winners of the 2006 Self-Service World Outstanding Achievement Awards were announced Friday morning in a ceremony held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Self-Service World magazine has announced the finalists for its annual Outstanding Achievement Awards, which are given to self-service deployments that have advanced the cause of self-service, positively impacting the businesses that deployed them and the industries in which they were deployed.
Interactive kiosks have been around for a long time now but it is only recently with the advent of cheap networked computing and the wholesale adoption of powerful integrated corporate I.T. infrastructure that they have proliferated.
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...
Late last year kiosk solution provider Pearlson Development Corporation wrapped up the deployment of four kiosks for Meadowlands Racetrack in New Jersey. The kiosk program, being used to enhance customer loyalty at the racetrack, is speeding up services for patrons while reducing the number of employees the racetrack needs each day.
This article originally published in Kiosk magazine, Nov/Dec 2005. About a year ago, our company acquired Kiosk magazine.
Experts and insiders predict the year ahead for the industry.
Avoid common usability goofs by designing your machines with users in mind.
The association has a new name, a new look, a new URL, and - sadly - it will have a new face at its helm.
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.
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.