We’re excited to announce that we’ll be exhibiting at next week’s MobileBeat conference on 6/10-6/11 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The conference is put on by the popular VentureBeat blog, and this year’s theme will focus on user experience and design. Sub-themes include tablet strategies, consumerization of IT, infrastructure/cloud, monetization, retail, and designing distribution. We’ll be demoing our best-in-class barcode scanner and handing out free SWAG, so be sure...

Last week at the Google I/O conference developers had the chance to have a first look at the Android 4.1 Jellybean release, which is scheduled to be delivered to consumers sometime in July. At I/O we got our hands on the all-new Nexus 7 tablet along with a Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone loaded with Jellybean, and we’d like to share the highlights of the new version: Project Butter The new version of...

Hi All, We had an incredible time yesterday meeting developers and playing with futuristic toys at Google's annual IO conference in San Francisco. From the keynote to the after party, the day was exciting to say the least. We took some photos and video to capture the magic:   Google Glasses If you haven't witnessed Sergey Brin's brilliant glasses skydiving stunt,check out this video.   3D Printers   After Party Parrot AR Drones One of the coolest gadgets flying (literally)...

Today we’re excited to announce a brand new case study which takes a look at the integration of our Scandit barcode scanner SDK into the Ex Libris mobile application. Exlibris.ch is the largest online store for books, music, games and electronic devices in Switzerland. As the leader in Swiss media sales, Ex Libris has focused on developing a multi-channel distribution strategy through its physical, online, mobile, and phone sales. To respond...

With Google IO 2012 right around the corner we’re getting ready for what we hope will be an exciting week full of technological revelations. We’ve prepared a list of tips for attendees to make the most of the week: Plan out your sessions Google’s made it easy for attendees to plot out their session’s right on the event website. Starting with the conference agenda, attendees can discover sessions or code labs they’re...

  Today we’re going to continue our latest blog series on why NFC tags will never replace the barcode by taking a look at the number of NFC-capable devices currently availabe on the market. We argue that there are far too few NFC-capable devices to make a case for replacing the barcode. Just a few days ago Comscore reported the U.S. mobile subscriber market share for April 2012, which had Android climbing...

Apple dropped a (time-)bomb this week at its recent Worldwide Developers Conference with the announcement of their new Passbook app. Set to be released this fall, the new app will soon be as Apple describes “the simplest way to get all your passes in one place.” Users can store their boarding passes, store cards and movie tickets all together, making them more accessible. During the WWDC keynote (see video below) Apple...

Yesterday marked the beginning of yet another Apple Worldwide Developer Conference at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. Apple kicked off their yearly party with a compelling keynote which revealed the details on a new line of MacBooks, the amazing new MacBook Pro and the highly anticipated iOS6. We’re thrilled about the new iOS6 features (over 200!), which include a smarter Siri,  maps and navigation, the new Passbook app, and social media...