Victims of domestic violence report abuse via ATM-like kiosk in India

The Instant Complaint Logging Internet Kiosk was deployed in a bank in Bhubaneswar as part of a six month pilot program.

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Access to the world via public Internet kiosks

Public internet kiosks can be customized or standard, and can be ruggedized in order to accommodate the demands of heavy usage.

Top uses for kiosks in the hospitality industry

The hospitality industry has obviously seen its share of challenges as travel and leisure budgets still border on "non-existent" for many Americans. Although the slumping economy has caused some industries to contract, hospitality is not a fad.

Inside the kiosk: It’s game on with gamer towers (slide show)

Kiosks house gaming systems while displaying digital signage.

Controlling your own printing destiny

When it comes to reproducing graphics or images on a kiosk print out, you basically have two options -- built-in printer language printers or host-based printers. Neither one is better than the other per se, but knowing the pros and...

Kiosks, digital signage to make big show at Big Show

An A-to-Z look at some tech companies at the annual NRF event.

Apple's kiosk patent: Are wireless iTunes downloads on the horizon?

Apple's recently granted patent for what appears to be an iTunes kiosk has the potential to turn the digital-download space on its head — or will it simply be another player in the game?

Show proves customer-facing tech going strong

KioskCom officials say attendance was up significantly from last fall.

China kiosk show approaches

China's only self-service show to feature digital signage, POS and kiosks.

REPORT: European self-service market growing, QSR still lagging

Summit Research's report takes a look at trends in the self-service/kiosk and interactive-technology industry.

More from the floor of Self Service Expo

A look at other new tech and tools from KioskCom.

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NEWS


Nettime intros new labor management kiosk

Scottsdale, Ariz.-based nettime solutions is releasing its latest data collection product, the stratustime web kiosk, for organizations tracking employee time and attendance, according to a press release.

Retail kiosks integrate online, self-service shopping options

Demand is growing for the integration of online and self-service stores, according to Corona, Calif.-based AVT Inc., a developer of custom kiosks, vending machines and automated retailing. AVT's new Micro-Stores, which will be shipped out in the third quarter, combine...

New Zealand MSD to replace flawed kiosk system after security breach

After the Ministry of Social Development in New Zealand pulled the plug on its defunct public computers after a security breach, MSD Chief Executive Brendan Boyle announced that new kiosks will roll out in May of 2013. According to nzherald.co.nz,...

Computer kiosks help Virginia social service offices prep for Obamacare

A health care and social services office in Virginia is turning to self-service computer kiosks to help with the influx of participants from the Affordable Care Act. According to Fredericksburg.com, instead of seeing an eligibility worker, new clients are now...

Childcare center compliance simplified with new kiosk

Childcare Compliance, a legal compliance resource for childcare providers, agencies and unions, has introduced its new Comply Ally kiosk to caregivers seeking potentially critical legal solutions. The Comply Ally is a computer terminal kiosk with pre-loaded compliance tools and business...

Blogger exposes major security flaw in New Zealand Internet kiosks

Public Internet kiosks in New Zealand were shut down due to a major security breach of the system that gave access to sensitive case files and information through the Work and Income office network. According to an article on computerworld.co.nz,...

Digiboo expands to Twin Cities shopping malls

Digiboo's video kiosks, which offer movie downloads for rent or purchase, are moving beyond the airport realm and into shopping malls in Minneapolis, according to an article on StarTribune.com. Digiboo now has a total of 35 kiosks at three airports...

Indian group to launch Web-access 'Playground Kiosks' in Bhutan

According to the Hindu Business Line, IT training and education agency NIIT has launched a new Web access kiosk initiative called "Playground Kiosks" in Bhutan. NIIT will set up 130 solar-powered touchscreen kiosks across Bhutan that will allow Bhutanese students...

Australian telco deploying webphone kiosks to replace payphones

According to the International Business Times, Australian telco Telstra will be deploying Internet kiosk webphones to replace payphones. Calling them the "21st century upgrade for the payphone," the new Telstra kiosks will enable consumers browse or pay bills online, as...

Free Web service tests security of Internet kiosks

According to H-online.com, New Zealand information security specialist Paul Craig released version 5 of iKAT (Interactive Kiosk Attack Tool) at the recent Defcon hacker conference. A free Web service, iKAT works to penetrate the protective mechanisms of internet kiosk PCs to gain control of the systems.

Australian government allocates millions to maintain kiosk program

The Australian government will provide $10.4 million over four years for the ongoing maintenance of the 2,000 broadband kiosks set up around the country to help senior citizens use the Internet. According to itwire.com, the technology provider for the initial...

Coinstar to invest in SoloHealth

Coinstar Inc. has announced it will invest in SoloHealth, a consumer-driven healthcare technology company that develops and deploys health-screening and information kiosks, including its EyeSite product and the next-generation SoloHealth Station.

Download kiosks a danger zone in Thailand?

Mobile users in Thailand should avoid downloading applications from small retail kiosks to protect themselves from the risk of viruses, warned the Advanced Info Service in an interview with the Bangkok Post. Pratthana Leelapanang, vice-president of Value-Added Service at AIS,...

Older Aussies getting tech-savvy thanks to Internet kiosks

The Australian government has completed the installation of 2,000 Internet kiosks under its $15-million Broadband for Seniors program that is providing nearly 94,000 elderly citizens with free access to PCs and the Internet. According to this story, older Australians have...

In-store coupon kiosks saving grocery shoppers money

Customers at Food Lion supermarkets are using more coupons than ever since the grocery chain deplolyed coupon-dispensing kiosks inside stores. "In these difficult economic times, Food Lion is committed to providing our customers with the lowest prices on the best...

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