Friday, December 15, 2006


"The Japanese arm of Amazon, an online retailer, offers a service that allows subscribers to carry out a cheeky price check while browsing a bookstore. Snap a picture of the bar-code on a book or CD, and a quick over-the-air look-up will tell you if Amazon’s price is lower. Japanese consumers can even use the technology to find out how fresh their fish is. Scan the bar-code on its packaging, and a text message arrives in seconds detailing when it was caught, on which boat, and even the
name of the fisherman who reeled it in."


What is semacode?


At 1:06 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

There are many forms of 2D barcodes in the market. One that is the most used in Europe and the Americas is:

At 7:01 AM , Blogger vimal said...

Thanks for that info.
Let me try to compare both for my blog.


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