Scanning through your Facebook newsfeed or Twitter stream, you might be noticing a lot of people sharing QR codes on their status. These are actually BlackBerry Messenger or BBM invites. QR codes are making it easier for people to add friends to their BBM contact list. Instead of inputting an alphanumeric PIN and double checking […]Read more
Welcome to the age of the Internet of Things where everyday objects can communicate with each other and with humans. QR codes are part of the many technologies that make up the Internet of Things. And there have been a couple of technologies that come out that wants to be the next QR code. For […]Read more
Probably the reason why Apple’s iPhone and Android devices are very dominant nowadays is because there is a very active app developer community backing them up. If you own an iPhone, iPad or Android, you can be sure that there is an app available for everything you need. Windows Phone is currently suffering from a […]Read more
When you log into your e-mail account, Facebook account and other online properties, you are bound to use a user name and password. This helps the service or the Web site know for sure that you are who you say you are. However, while it works to authenticate you, it might not be foolproof. A […]Read more
Logos are an important part of a brand’s identity. For some, their logos become synonymous to whom they are. Multinational corporations often spend billions of dollars in order to come up with their logos, market it and then protect it. Coca-Cola, Marlboro, Levi’s and McDonald’s all have logos that people have come to recognize and […]Read more
How much are you willing to spend on a mobile app? Most people would answer the truth: $0. You can have the best features and functionality included in your app but people will just settle for the next best thing if it is free. So what are mobile app developers to do? Give their apps […]Read more
Guests at the Royal Cliff Hotels will soon be able to check-in without having to go through a lot of hassles. The hotel chain is set to introduce a QR Code Express Check-in System for their guests in Thailand. Starting October 1, 2013, guests can avoid waiting in line and just scan a code that […]Read more
When Google first came out with its Google Wallet mobile app, it was such that you could only transact using near-field communication. It has since undergone a lot of changes, including moving user information onto the cloud to make it much more secure. Two years after its release, however, Google Wallet is still not living […]Read more
After Apple announced the new iPhone 5S and its cheapskate sister iPhone 5C last week, the world has been abuzz. For one, the announcement introduced the world’s first gold iPhone and an alternative for those people who have been dreaming of owning an iPhone but cannot really afford one. However, the new iPhones did come […]Read more
Apple’s iPhone has a loyal following among consumers in the United States. And why not, it was the first smartphone to really catch our attention and with every new feature that is released in subsequent iPhones, it was difficult to look at anything else and find a smartphone that would compare. Until recently when Samsung […]Read more
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