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Fill 'er Up, Check the Battery and Sell Me an iMac
Ten Square will be delivering digital content to a gasoline pump near you. And that’s only the beginning.

battery problem  'er Up, Check the Battery and Sell Me an iMac Fill 'er Up, Check the Battery and Sell Me an iMac D. Geller - July 11, 2000 Event Summary Ten Square has its eye firmly focused on the small screen. The company's goal is to be a complete provider of services allowing the delivery of advertising and content to point-of-sale devices. These devices, ranging from cash registers to kiosks with full-size screens, present a variety of problems that ultimately make them quite different from computers. On the

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