Sometimes you find your self needing to open a link from your computer on your phone, but it’s so much work copying a URL word-for-word, letter-for-letter and symbol-for-symbol. Lucky for you and thanks to technology, you can quickly and easily transfer that link without leaving a paper trail. You just need your computer, you trusty Galaxy S II and a QR code reading...

Hey guys, you’ve probably seen me put up little pixelated squares like this  before–wait–you don’t know what these are? Well how rude of me to shove these in your face without telling you what they mean. No no, they aren’t pretty little pieces of digital art, they are QR codes! QR code on the back of a book The popularity of QR codes as...

Some of the coolest features of Windows Phone 7′s Mango build are Bing’s new built in features. If you are classically trained as an Android user, you may be familiar with such applications as Yelp, Shazaam, Bardcode Scanner, QR Droid and Google Voice Search. These of course are applications that need to be downloaded from the market and can clutter your phone–the...

Barcode reader is gaining popularity as mobile devices continue to grow. It’s seemingly much easier to carry around a barcode reader to grab information than entering URL into your mobile browser. BeeTagg Multicode Reader stands out with its ability to scan various forms of code across multiple platforms. Similar to the Microsoft Tag barcode reader, the BeeTagg Multicode...