Smartphones Helping Magazines Become Interactive – NYTimes.com

“An application called ScanLife, widely available online as a free download, turns a phone into a bar-code reader. Versions exist for the iPhone and BlackBerry as well as Android-based handsets, and the app comes preloaded on many Sprint phones in the United States. ScanLife can also read many standard bar codes on many phones, so it can perform price comparisons, for example.” read the whole story at: Smartphones Helping Magazines Become Interactive – NYTimes.com.

Ha ha. Remember the Cuecat? It seems it was not the stupid thing some writers have claimed, but instead it was too far ahead of its time.

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