This article caught my eye on on Friday as waiting for my bill at a restaurant is one of my biggest pet peeves. Further DD showed good fundies and a decent chart. PAY recently tanked after missing revenue guidance, put recently pulled above it's 50 DMA and appears poised for an uptrend. A similar article has prominent placement in this week's Barron's, right on the week in Review / Preview page. From the AP article: Restaurants Test Table Card Readers Friday July 6, 1:29 pm ET By Greg Bluestein, Associated Press Writer Pay at the Table Companies Start Eyeing U.S. Restaurants ALPHARETTA, Ga. (AP) -- It's become routine for customers to swipe their credit or debit cards at consoles in fast-food joints, gas stations and grocery stores. So why do we still hand over the plastic at sit-down restaurants? Pay-at-the-table systems are popular in Europe and other parts of the world, but they haven't yet caught on in the U.S., largely because equipment makers haven't been able to point to a reason why restaurateurs should invest in the gear. Manufacturers now see an opportunity. A rise in the number of "skimming" scams in which waiters use hand-held computers to quietly record customers' credit card information and sell it is creating a sense of urgency. So is an increased push by managers to speed the flow of diners during peak hours. "Restaurants are the last holdout where you still give up your credit card. That's why we think this is the next logical step," said Paul Rasori, VeriFone Inc.'s vice president of marketing. Verifone's system, called the VX-670, is about the size of thick remote control and sports a square LCD screen and a numerical keypad. It accepts debit and credit cards and can automatically add the tip. Once the customer swipes a card, the information is sent wirelessly to a computer in the restaurant. A tiny printer spits out a receipt. I'll be taking an initial position Monday at the open.