Our friends at Common Craft just released their newest videos: QR codes explained. We gave some feedback on "beta" versions of the video, so Common Craft was kind enough to allow us to share the video with you here.
Scott M. Fulton, III of ReadWriteWeb.com (Aug. 31) told the story of how Salesforce.com's CEO Marc Benioff demonstrated his Facebook friendship with Coca-Cola at a recent conference: by using his iPhone's geolocation feature to connect with a Coca-Cola vending machine.
I had the pleasure of attending SIGGRAPH2011 here in Vancouver this week.
U.K. research firm Ofcom has reported that 60 percent of smartphone using teens admit to being "highly addicted" to their phones. Among adults polled, 37 percent admit the same addiction.
Amy-Mae Elliott revealed 15 Beautiful and Creative QR Codes on Mashable.com (July 23).
Unless you've been living under a rock, QR codes are finding their way into your day-to-day life. If you have been unfortunate enough to be trapped under a rock, a quick response (QR) code is a two dimensional code that can be scanned and read by smartphone cameras to transfer information. The information can then be encoded to text, add a vCard contact, open a URL, or much more.
The biggest tech news from the weekend? The launch of Google+, the online search giant's new social network.
Digital Signage Today put out a fascinating infographic about the ubiquity of digital signs in our everyday lives: Check it out.
Last month, YouTube celebrated its sixth birthday and announced it had surpassed the 3 billion views a day mark.
Microsoft unveiled its NUads platform last week at the Cannes International Advertising Festival.
A new study by PowerReviews and the e-tailing consultancy group found that customer reviews have the largest impact on people's decision to buy something online.