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Kiosk is a small enclosed structure, often freestanding, open on one side or with a window, used as a booth to sell newspapers, tobacco, etc.
Kiosk may also refer to:
- K67 kiosk, a kiosk design, introduced in 1966 by the Slovenian architect and designer Saša J. Mächtig.
- Interactive kiosks, such as automated teller machines.
- Cleopatra's Kiosk a small building and shop, on the Victoria Embankment, London, under the Hungerford Bridge.
- KIOSK, an art, design and architecture magazine.
- Kiosk (TV) was a Scandinavian pay-per-view service available on Canal Digital's satellite platform and owned by Canal+.
- KIOSK (Art Installation) is a space on Spring Street in Manhattan's SoHo district where anonymous international objects are being sold.
- Kiosk (band), an Iranian rock band
- KIOSK, a framework that allows a user to restrict the capabilities of the KDE environment.
- Interactive kiosk, a computer terminal that provides information access via electronic methods.
- Kiosk hacking a practice of bypassing the security restrictions of kiosk software.
- Kiosk software a system and user interface software designed for a kiosk or Internet kiosk.
- WorldArt Kiosk a web-based educational photo archive of artwork from around the world.
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