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.
While it's not perfect, the company's latest intechangeable-lens camera is probably the best Micro Four Thirds model we've seen to date.
A unique QR code allows others to scan your case for professional and/or social-network info, or even to help return a lost phone or tablet.
The amazing, and frankly strange, Google Glass raises pressing questions about the futuristic head tech. CNET walks you through some common queries.
Get ready to scan your children. The timeless onesie's getting a digital upgrade with a set of jammies that link to stories and lullabies on a smart device.
The two companies will make it easier for businesses to launch "relevant and engaging" QR code campaigns.
Visa, MasterCard, Amex, and Discover see a big payday ahead in the emerging digital payment business. They're making sure they're in the game along with tech companies, retailers and phone companies.
It took a Chinese golf resort, 2,000 people, and a hot air balloon to form and test what's being called the world's largest human QR code.
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.
Forget the big brands and glitzy devices. There's a lot of interesting stuff on the periphery of the Consumer Electronics Show.
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