Barcodes and Cell Phones



The deluge of applications mobile services companies are deploying with the use of bar codes show just the tip of the iceberg. (Jessica E. Vascellaro, "The Bar CodeGets a Hip New Life: Cellphone Services Read Codes On Ads, Products, Buildings And Link to Details Online," The Wall Street Journal, May 24, 2006, D1.)

"Not all software programs can read all types of bar codes. This means consumers must, for now, pick and choose among services. Scanbuy, for instance, works with standard bar codes while Semacode Corp. uses a code standard called Data Matrix. When PaperClick launches it is likely to used a third symbology, Aztec," writes Vascellaro of the WSJ.

I know for a fact that way cooler and more impactful applications can be built.

Comments:

"I know for a fact that way cooler and more impactful applications can be built." (M.M.) I agree with you strongly. For discussion purposes a basic skema is tiered operative services. IE. School Kids 14-18: 18-26: Service trades Min. 3 levels Corporate services 3 to 5 levels . and KISS all the way, with good battery life and easy to finger operate the new OLED touch sensors " emphesis of functionality and practicality. The wiz gaget groupe is a playground all itself " And, tiered pay for the bandwidth needs " " I dont think this can be ignored anymore or quality systems will never be built. " Quality is 24/7 rain or shine under all hazzards and reliability 99.5% X 99.5% of the time Speaker recognition is a must and designed programed for need functions would be allocated to user ID. " I think it can be done " if users pay for quality and performance. rtg. My ten cents a share talking...

Posted by Ralph T. Gerwing on June 01, 2006 at 01:15 PM PDT #

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