NEW YORK -- A recent study sees rapid growth for interactive kiosks, as well as Internet-based kiosks, over the next four years. KioskCom, here, a kiosk trade organization, has reported that the number of interactive kiosks could more than double, from about 600,000 today to 1.5 million in 2005. Similarly, the number of Internet-based kiosks is expected to rise from about 400,000 today to 1 million in 2005. KioskCom based its report on research from Summit Research Associates, Rockville, ...

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