QR codes make lost things found: from luggage to pets

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On a growing basis, quick response codes are being used to ensure that property is returned to its owners. Although QR codes are most frequently found in print marketing such as product labels, advertising posters, and magazine ads, Dynotag, a startup based in Seattle has now launched barcodes that can be generated by users, for free, and then linked to a personal web page, so that property can be returned if it goes missing. The key to these unique quick response codes is that they can be scanned by someone…

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Dynotag introduces next generation QR codes that offer new protections to consumers

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Dynotag, a technology company based in Seattle, Washington, has released a new line of innovative QR code products and services. These products and services are designed to make QR codes more intuitive for consumers and businesses, both tech-savvy and otherwise. They are also meant to give consumers peace of mind in a time when cybersecurity is becoming a major concern. Though QR codes are a popular tool for marketers, hackers are finding uses for the codes as well. The potential threat of identity theft has been one of the reasons…

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First ever internet-enabled QR code and Smart Tag product line released by Dynotag

The technology company based in Seattle, Dynotag, Inc., has announced that it has now launched the first of its kind product line of internet-enabled smart labeling QR Code Smart Tag solutions available to small businesses and consumers, which features unlimited storage and a simple to use and friendly web interface. QR codes have conventionally been used strictly by large organizations and marketing companies, which kept the solution out of reach for consumers. However, with the new offerings from Dynotag, consumers and small businesses now have access to the first free…

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QR codes can help people find missing things, including pets

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QR codes may have become one of the most widely used tools in the marketing world, but they can be used for much more than discounts. Washington-based startup Dynotag has launched seeks to use the codes as a way to track lost things. The service will be completely free, allowing users to generate their own QR codes and put them on anything that may be prone to being misplaced. The codes can be placed on just about anything as their size is customizable. When smart phone users create a QR…

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