Epson announces printer updates, thin client applications

Epson America Inc. has announced that Auto~Star Compusystems Inc., a developer of POS and retail management software, has certified Epson's OmniLink DT-series for its Star~Plus POS software.

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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.

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.

Show emphasizes the big picture of self-service

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.

Post-deployment marketing promotes success

How companies market their kiosks and self-service devices after the machines are deployed is just as important to a deployment's success as the initial planning stages.

Retail Systems '05

Chicago's sprawling McCormick Place played host to this year's Retail Systems Conference & Exposition, and although the show focused largely on supply chain, inventory management, CSR and POS, a number of exhibitors were on hand with new self-service gems.

APW, Diebold among the big newsmakers at the 2005 KioskCom show

They say that what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. That certainly wasn't the case last week, as professionals from throughout the kiosk industry converged for KioskCom.com 2005, held April 18-20 at the Mandalay Bay Resort.

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Microsoft announces preview of Windows 7-based embedded platform

Microsoft Corp. has announced a preview release of its Windows 7-based Windows Embedded Standard 2011 platform, commonly used in self-service and kiosk applications.

Hashtech Systems launches Nano kiosk line

MUMBAI, India — Hashtech, a self-service applications provider, has announced the launch of its Nano line of kiosks. According to a news release, the kiosks are specifically designed for the Indian environment, are rugged so as to withstand extreme conditions and incorporate advanced technology, including thin client and Atom processors.

Planar releases new color EL display

BEAVERTON, Ore. — Planar Systems Inc.

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...

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

The 2005 Kiosk Awards: The Readers Choice

It's time to cast your vote for the best kiosk and self-service applications of the year! But hurry ... voting closes October 12!

Photo, check-cashing, kiosk design companies some to display at The Self-Service & Kiosk Show

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Demand for self-service technology touches virtually every industry.

Companies announce new technology on display at The Self-Service & Kiosk Show

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Leaders in the development, installation and design of self-service solutions will exhibit at the upcoming Self-Service & Kiosk Show in San Francisco, and are beginning to announce the technology they'll put on display.

Firefox extension optimizes browser for kiosk use

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. - The popular Internet browser Firefox - which has chipped away at the market share of Microsoft's dominant Internet Explorer browser, something once thought impossible - has been given a new lease on kiosk life.

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