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Vending company installs POS device that gathers real-time info
April 24, 2014, San Diego, CA – Fresh Healthy Vending International Inc. is mounting AV5 cashless touchscreen devices on its combo machines that allow franchisees to gather real-time information on product stock, allow customers to contact them with comments or issues through a digital contact form, and offer an option to pay using a digital coupon or QR code.  | READ MORE
 
Gamer plays 85 hours on arcade machine with a quarter
April 24, 2014, Ohio – An Ohio gamer set out to break the high-score record for Armor Attack, a coin-op arcade game and proceeded to play 85 straight hours on a single quarter. | READ MORE
 
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GO adds snacks, among other commuter comforts
April 22, 2014, Toronto – GO Transit is rolling out more vending machines across its stations. It wants to diverse its offerings but there are challenges, reports the Toronto Star. | READ MORE
 
Senate meets bitcoin community in fact-finding session
April 22, 2014 – The Bitcoin Strategy Group, BitAccess and CAVirtEx sat before the senators on April 9 to demonstrate how bitcoin is purchased and stored. Their representation marks the first presence of bitcoiners in the Senate. | READ MORE
 
'MapleCoin' declares itself 'Unofficial Crypto-Currency Of Canada'
April 21, 2014 – Digital currency enthusiasts have released what they call the "unofficial crypto-currency of Canada," though it's not clear what connection it has to the Great White North. "MapleCoin" was released on March 22. Its maker, an entity known as "AnonymousPirate," describes it as "fine money" that will be traded and adopted around the world, said a news release. | READ MORE
 
Micro-markets change the face of vending
April 17, 2014, Green Bay, Wis. – With its open shelves displaying snacks, cereal and fresh bakery goods, and coolers with 20-ounce drinks, yogurts, puddings and fresh fruits and salads, the vending area at Associated Banc-Corp’s new downtown Green Bay headquarters is an alternative to a full-blown cafeteria, but a step up from traditional vending. | READ MORE
 
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