HOUSTON -- The debut of a new electronic pricing technology, which was to go from the lab to its first store last month, was postponed. arkeTechnics show here. However, it may be several months before the system becomes operational in a live store, according to the system developer. "We're back to the drawing board," said Gil Russell, chief information officer at Fiesta Mart. "We were excited about putting it in our store. It was a disappointment." Officials from AT&T, Dayton, Ohio, ...

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