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QR Code Capability for Mobile Ticketing Introduced by Vendini

Vendini is one of the leading companies in mobile ticketing. The company recently announced that it is releasing new mobile capabilities that will now enable its patrons to use their smartphones (iPhone App or Android App of choice) to buy tickets and also gain access to concerts, sporting events, and other live performances without ever [...]

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Promotional Fun with QR Codes

From TMCNET.com We’ve all seen odd-looking QR code squares popping up throughout the tech industry, embedded in Sunday fliers and on store shelves.   Go down to the local Best Buy and you’ll find QR codes printed on price tag /product description cards. If you want more information on a product, you can whip out a smart phone, [...]

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Tarmac Mag First To Crack QR Codes

Tarmac magazine has broken new ground in Australian motoring magazines, becoming the first print publication to utilise QR codes, expanding its print-to-digital interactivity and showcasing the future of reader involvement and interaction. The three-year-old performance car magazine has introduced the simple-to-use QR (Quick Recognition) codes in the latest issue, on sale today, embracing what is [...]

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This is our contributors team: Fernando McDonald @mcdonald2009Location: Guatemala city, Guatemala Laura ParkerLocation: Buenos Aires, Argentina Monty DimkpaLocation: Nigeria Taso PanagiotopoulusLocation: Astoria, NY Evan IoannouLocation: New York City, USA Maria MirandaLocation: Caracas, Venezuela

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New Security Threat: Infected QR Codes

From Mashable Tech: Be careful the next time you scan a QR code, because it might just cost you money and wreak havoc on your smartphone. That’s the warning from Kaspersky Lab, which has noticed the first instance of QR code tampering. The incident took place in Russia last month and hoodwinked consumers who thought they were [...]

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QR code-making tips to keep in mind

Excerpt from The Globe and Mail: Not all QR codes are created equal Even though QR codes all look the same at a glance, they actually come in distinct varieties, each of which encapsulates a different amount of data. The more data a QR code contains, the more little squares it needs to encode it, [...]

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Your life in a QR Code

You probably remember the wristbands made famous by cyclist Lance Armstrong a few years back right? Those yellow wrirst bands represented that the wearer was joining in the fight against cancer. Soon after many other causes joined in as well and soon, people wore one , two or even more of these wristbands representing the [...]

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QR Codes provide access to campus information

You know that your first time in a college campus can be complicated, trying to figure out where to go, where everything is, what events are coming up, it can be nightmarish. But many campuses around the US are now making use of QR codes to help newcomers find their way around easily and fast. [...]

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QRpedia, the QR Code tool for museums

In what has been a very useful move for museums around the world is the partnership many of them have taken with online enciclopedia Wikipedia. This project, known as QRpedia, is allowing museum visitors to get more out of their visits, as now, you’ll find QR codes beside the exibits, that, one scanned with the [...]

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Using QR Codes at events

If you ever thought that QR Codes are only usable for business, let me tell you, you’re quite wrong.  You can use them at events and not just track attendance but also to send thank you e-mails or quality control short questionaries to the participants. Think about it, you send the invite with a QR [...]

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