[LINK] Microsoft 'Tag'
kim at holburn.net
Sun May 30 23:10:56 AEST 2010
I thought most phones with a camera have been able to do this for a
while, possibly since 2006. QR Codes. You can download java apps for
almost any phone that can read them.
On 2010/May/30, at 9:57 PM, stephen at melbpc.org.au wrote:
> Microsoft Moves Tag Out Of Beta
> Microsoft launches mobile barcode technology
> Friday, May 28, 2010 By Mike Sachoff
> Microsoft has moved its mobile barcode technology, Tag out of beta
> 18 months of testing.
> Users can download the Microsoft Tag app on their smartphone, take a
> photo of the Tag and be directed to a website, view a text message or
> linked to a phone number.
> Microsoft says since its beta launch more than 1 billion Tags have
> printed globally and in April more than 20 million magazines with Tags
> were in the hands of U.S. consumers.
> Microsoft said it will be introducing analytics, reporting and real-
> location services for Tag clients in the future.
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