QR codes

Want to Access a Fancy Airport Lounge? Just Fake a QR Code.

At least, that's what one computer security expert did in order to access classier airport lounges in Europe.

David Murphy

Target May Create Its Own Mobile Payment System

Company looking into taking on Walmart, Apple, Samsung and Android in the mobile payments space, according to reports.

Billy Steele

5 Marketing Trends That Didn't Go Well in 2014

Ditch these flops as we head into the new year.

Ran Avrahamy

Lesson Learned: TV Anchor Shows Off Bitcoin, Is Instantly Robbed

A Bitcoin that was shown during a segment on Bloomberg TV was immediately stolen by an observant Reddit user, providing the host and his audience with a valuable lesson about security and digital currency.

Sam Ro

Bedtime Gets High-Tech With Digital PJs

Inspired by QR-code technology, Juan Murdoch created cotton pajamas printed with a series of dots; when scanned with a smartphone, each dot launches one of 47 narrated bedtime stories,

Jodi Helmer

8 Ways to Make Your Business Cards Stand Out

We might be living in a digital world, but paper business cards remain a vital part of networking, here's how to make yours memorable.

Ann Handley

5 Mobile Marketing Questions Every Business Owner Needs Answered

No-nonsense advice on how you can be more mobile friendly without all the guesswork.

Jason Falls

Reinventing the Fast-Casual Dining Scene with Technology

How popular sandwich chain At the Melt is using smartphones, QR codes and kiosks to build a brand.

Matt Villano

College Startup: Big Scan on Campus

The ability to pull all-nighters moved three BYU students to the front of the competitive QR-code category.

Joel Holland

Three Ways to Use QR Codes for Business

These small companies turned the now-ubiquitous QR code into a new sales machine.

Gwen Moran

Smartphones Become the Go-To Tool for Shoppers

As smartphone usage increases, bricks-and-mortar retailers could see their revenue drop. Here's how to stay ahead of the curve.

How to Crack the QR Code for Mobile Marketing

Poorly placed or ineffective QR codes can lead to consumer frustration. Here's how to use them to enhance--not embarrass--your brand.

Ann Handley