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Qualcomm partners with Burger King on payments pilot for iOS, Android

Qualcomm is teaming with fast food chain Burger King for BK Mobile Crown Card, a pilot program enabling consumers to pay for their meal by scanning a QR code with their Apple iPhone or Google Android smartphone.

Scan lands $1.7M to expand QR code interactions

Mobile marketing startup Scan has secured $1.7 million in seed funding to fuel product and market development of QR codes, Near Field Communications, image recognition and other interactive mobile

AT&T Mobile Barcodes come to the pages of USA Today

AT&T (NYSE:T) is teaming with USA Today to extend the operator's Mobile Barcodes program to the paper's pages, enabling smartphone users to more deeply interact with news and unlock offers from

AT&T: 90% of marketers will expand mobile programs next year

Close to 90 percent of marketers plan to expand their mobile efforts in 2012 according to a new survey commissioned by AT&T (NYSE:T). Click here to view more of this chart from AT&T.

ComScore: 14M Americans scanned mobile barcodes in June

Fourteen million U.S. mobile subscribers scanned mobile QR codes and barcodes in June 2011, representing 6.2 percent of the overall U.S. mobile audience, according to new data published by digital

Augme scoops up mobile marketer Jagtag in $5.25M deal

Mobile marketing services firm Augme Technologies agreed to acquire all assets of 2D barcodes provider Jagtag in a deal valued at $5.25 million. The Jagtag solution enables consumers to read QR codes

Poll: Price comparisons lead mobile barcode features

More than half of consumers have scanned mobile barcodes over the holiday season, with 57 percent of them scanning a barcode at least once and 40 percent scanning five or more times, according to a

Facebook adding QR codes to user profiles

Social networking giant Facebook is rolling out new tools enabling users to generate custom two-dimensional QR (for Quick Response) barcodes. QR codes--matrix codes designed for high-speed conversion