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NeoMedia CEO speaks out against mobile barcode slowdown

Mobile barcode adoption has not taken off as rapidly in the United States as some analysts had predicted two or three years ago, but that hasn't discouraged mobile marketers and multi-national corporations from implementing QR codes and other 2D barcodes into their mobile strategies.

Fandango extends mobile movie ticketing to Apple's Passbook app

Fandango is extending its Mobile Ticket service to Apple's Passbook, the new iOS 6 application that collects users' movie passes, transit cards, retailer loyalty punchcards and related documents.

User interaction with mobile barcodes skyrockets

Mobile interaction with magazines increased dramatically in the second quarter of 2012, with the number of mobile barcodes in magazines alone growing 61 percent to 2,200 codes, according to a new report from mobile marketing firm Nellymoser.

Report: User interaction with mobile barcodes skyrockets

Mobile interaction with magazines increased dramatically in the second quarter of 2012, with the number of mobile barcodes alone growing 61 percent to 2,000 codes, according to a new report.

NeoMedia grants Microsoft access to extensive patent portfolio

NeoMedia granted Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) global non-exclusive rights to its patent portfolio, which includes more than 74 patents pertaining to mobile barcodes management.

AT&T expands mobile barcodes to small business customers

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) is extending its Mobile Barcode Services program to the small business segment, enabling SMBs to create, publish and manage their own 1D (UPC) and 2D (QR and Data Matrix)

Fandango expands Mobile Ticket service to Regal theaters

Moviegoer services provider Fandango is expanding its paperless ticketing solution to Regal Entertainment Group, the nation's largest theater chain, enabling customers to purchase theater passes sent

Are 2D barcodes worth the hype?

A range of industry watchers believe mobile barcodes are key to connecting marketers with mobile users. And it seems the space is quickly gaining traction: A recent Compete survey showed 28 percent

Microsoft Tag barcode scans double over last three months

The Microsoft Tag mobile barcode solution experienced 50 percent more scans in March 2011 than in any previous month, the software maker reports. The number of Tag scans per month has doubled over