QR Code tracking and URL shortening

POSTED BY on May 17 under AzonMobile

Often to avoid creating big and complex QR Codes (smaller are nicer and the ad space is expensive) you use URL shortening. Or you are using a tracking service which of course is replacing the URL of your site with the one of their tracking and redirection service. Surely this is good but does it [...]

How to print QR Codes

POSTED BY on May 17 under AzonMobile

In the case when you are going for a raster QR Code instead of a vector one you will need to know the minimum size of the image in pixels. The following article will help you to find this out – Printing QR Codes. There you will also find an answer to “How big my [...]

Galaxy SIV to feature NFC support

POSTED BY on Mar 12 under Mobile & Web News

There are rumors that the iPhone 5S will include NFC technology to catch up with the rival Android devices, who are using it for quite some time now. Latest rumors are suggesting that the Galaxy SIV will follow in the footsteps of its predecessor the Galaxy SIII. A leaked image of the battery of the [...]

NFC and QR Codes to access hotel deals

POSTED BY on Mar 12 under QR Codes

The US largest mall digital network is to install NFC technology and QR Codes into 140 of their malls. The Adspace Digital Mall Network is using Blue Bite mTag platform on their screens to include advertising that will encourage users to scan or tap the QR Code on the mTag placard on the side panel [...]

The Galaxy SIV might be coping Sony’s float touch tech

POSTED BY on Mar 11 under Mobile & Web News

The upcoming Galaxy SIV will reportedly include a float touch display tech, which is a feature that appeared first on the Sony Xperia Sola. According to the latest rumors the Samsung device will include the the floating touch feature that will enable users to control the screen without even touching it. The floating touch display [...]

Microsoft seeks ban over Google Maps in Germany

POSTED BY on Mar 11 under Mobile & Web News

If you live in Germany and you rely on Google Maps, you probably might want to start looking for an alternative, as Microsoft is very close at getting a ban against the mapping application. A FOSS Patents report is revealing that it is likely that Microsoft will be obtaining a ban against Google Maps after [...]

Cargill and Disney with QR Code promotion

POSTED BY on Mar 8 under QR Codes

Cargill and Disney are using QR Codes to encourage customers to buy the Wreck It Ralph Blu Ray pack. Cargill’s brands Shady Brook Farms and Honeysuckle White are offering a $5 refund with a meat purchase and the Blu Ray during the promotion which is running until the 30th of April.   The packaging includes [...]

Nokia backing Apple in the Apple/Samsung trial

POSTED BY on Mar 7 under Mobile & Web News

The Apple/Samsung patent trial continues but a new player has entered the dispute – Nokia made it clear that is taking Apple’s side. Apple’s request for a ban of twenty six Samsung smartphones and tablets in December was denied with the US court stating that Apple has to prove the relationship between the stolen features [...]

T-Mobile responds to AT&T’s offensive ads

POSTED BY on Mar 7 under Mobile & Web News

On Friday afternoon AT&T has published an ad in a newspaper bashing T-Mobile. The advertisement is saying that there are 50% slower download speeds, more than twice the dropped and failed calls in the T-Mobile network compared to AT&T’s. It has been only a few days since the ad was published in a number of [...]

The Galaxy SIV to include eye scrolling feature

POSTED BY on Mar 6 under Mobile & Web News

Samsung’s Galaxy SIV to include eye scrolling feature, which will make it easier to read text hand free. The device is expected to launch in an event in New York on March 14th and will be able to sense eye placement on pages. When it tracks the movement of the eye at the bottom of [...]

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