BOCA RATON, Fla. -- Imagine customers at a Kroger Co. supermarket tapping into interactive multimedia kiosks to purchase video cassette recorders, computers, watches, jewelry, children's books, products from L.L. Bean and The Gap and other nonfood items. That is the actual scenario now unfolding at four Kroger stores testing high-resolution interactive kiosk technology, according to speakers at a conference here titled "Keeping and Attracting Customers With Interactive Solutions." The ...
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