Smart QrCode Generator aims to make codes easier to use

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Smart QrCode Generator allows users to make their own QR codes QR codes are widely popular among businesses but receive generally modest attention from consumers. As QR codes become more widely used by companies large and small, consumers are becoming more interested in using the codes themselves as a way to share information with others and have taken to the idea of generating their own codes. There are a wide variety of QR code generators available online, but the capabilities of these generators can often be limited. Smart QrCode Generator,…

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Technology today and tomorrow according to Google CEO Eric Schmidt at the Mobile World Congress

Eric Schmidt MWC 2012

Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, was a keynote speaker at the Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona, and though he focused on the new mobile Chrome browser app, and Android, he also spoke of the state of technology in the world today, and where he believes it will be going in the near and more distant future. Schmidt began his presentation almost immediately with a demo of the newly released Google Chrome for Android, with the assistance of Hugo Barra from Android. Barra explained that the mobile browser was designed…

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New Google Chrome extension makes online QR code scanning easier

Google chrome for ios qr code scanner

More QR codes have begun showing up on websites in recent months. While QR codes have become very popular in the world of marketing, their use on websites can be somewhat counter intuitive. The codes must be scanned by a smart phone equipped with a barcode scanning application. These apps use the phone’s camera to decipher the information embedded in the codes. The problem is that a phone’s camera can, at times, have difficulty properly viewing a computer screen, making it impossible to scan the code. A new extension for…

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Google uses QR codes for new web-based reading platform

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Google has added QR codes to one of their new mobile reading platforms. The company’s WebGL Bookcase is a new web-based program for the Chrome Internet explorer. The program can be populated with a vast array of electronic books, more commonly referred to as ebooks. Each book in Google’s library is attributed with its own QR code. Google has recently begun adopting QR codes for some of their web-based initiatives after denouncing the codes earlier in the year. Google’s books have their own, unique QR code. When scanned with a…

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