VAN NUYS Calif. uWink Inc., the Nolan Bushnell-led company with an "interactive restaurant" that notched first-year revenue of better than $2.2 million, said it added pay-at-the-table functionality to its technology enabling seated guests to place their own orders via touchscreen and was preparing to market its software. uWink also said that its prototype Woodland Hills, Calif., restaurant now has proprietary software supporting a real-time, multiplayer game platform for head-to-head ...

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