Kiosks are on the comeback trail. After years of spotty performance by earlier models, new electronic hardware has captured the attention of retailers looking for ways to add pizzazz to their in-store marketing. Tests of new kiosks are under way, while other hardware rolls out across the country. Some vendors plan enhancements that tie into card-based, frequent shopper programs. "We keep our options open," said Mona Golub, spokeswoman for Price Chopper Supermarkets, Schenectady, N.Y., ...

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