Chromebook's new Managed Public Sessions hopes to challenge Windows' supremacy as the ubiquitous public computer.
Nintendo is rolling out 5,000 interactive Wii U demo stations at retailers like Target, Best Buy, and GameStop prior to the product's North American launch on November 18.
"CBS This Morning" checks in on EcoATM, a California company that makes kiosks for trading in old phones and other gadgets for instant cash. It's not your typical money machine.
The company that owns and operates Blockbuster Express rental kiosks inks a deal to get Warner Bros. content 28 days after it's available for sale.
A researcher at ShmooCon demonstrates how browser hot keys can expose the internal network running behind a Citrix presentation server.
Just in time for the holiday gift-buying rush, Epson announced a new PictureMate personal photo printer.
In Malaysia, cell phone maker is installing touch-screen booths for recycling and customer care. Recovered materials include cobalt, nickel, copper, iron, aluminum, plastics, and gold.
Will digital music kiosks ever take off? Seattle's MOD Systems thinks so: the company just signed deals with all four major labels to distribute more than 5 million DRM-free songs through retail kiosks.
That big, red box at your local grocery store now charges just $1 per day for DVD rentals.
Eight major U.S. airports already have the "Best Buy Express" kiosks that sell small gadgets and accessories; four more will have them by September.