Nivpat is showing off technology at CES 2013 that lets you scan T-shirts to get more info about the wearer, a business, and just about anything.
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Nielsen finds nearly half of the consumers it surveyed like using quick response codes on their phones to buy things in stores.
On today's episode, we'll count the days until you'll never have to sign a credit card receipt again. We'll also recount a story of a mailing glitch that shows exactly how much banks know about your life, and discuss the merits of the Agree It app that lets you borrow real money from your Facebook friends.
A Bluetooth pacifier and a smartphone keyboard with five buttons are among the best British tech being shown off at this year's MWC.
The online payments company wants you to use its mobile payment app at any retail store, so it plans to use a generated code that is acceptable just about everywhere.
PayPal vice president Don Kingsborough's first quote was specifically referencing Starbuck's app.
QR Tie takes your neckties from analog to digital with links to your online info. Fortunately, they're nicely hidden until needed.
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Lookout Security discovered a method by which hackers could take control over Google Glass by creating a malicious QR Code.
New disposable diapers making a run on Indiegogo test a baby's pee to track urinary tract infections, dehydration, or kidney woes.