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SCANBUY SELECTED AS PREMIER LICENSEE OF THE MICROSOFT TAG MOBILE BARCODE TECHNOLOGY
August 19, 2013
As Licensee of the Microsoft Tag Technology, Scanbuy Will Advance the Technology and Provide the Migration Path forward for existing and new customers who choose to continue using the Microsoft TAG format on the ScanLife platform.  Read More

Report Shows Scanbuy Processed Over 21 Million Mobile Barcode Scans in Q2 2013
Aug. 1, 2013
Latest Scanbuy Trend Report Reveals Continued Rapid Growth of QR and UPC Code Scans by Mobile Users; Over 7 Million Scans Processed Consecutively Each Month  Read More

Topps selects Scanbuy to Create an Interactive 2013 MLB All-Star FanFest Using NFC and QR Code Technology
July 12, 2013
More than 100,000 FanFest Attendees Will Have the Chance to Win Prizes By Using their Smartphones to Touch or Scan Giant Topps Baseball Cards  Read More

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2d CodeQR Code Scanning Continues To Increase, August 4, 2013
ScanLife’s latest trend report shows that they processed over 21 million QR Code and UPC mobile barcodes in Q2 2013. The report shows that users are scanning over three times per month on average (+22% from Q2 2012) with men accounting for 64% of the scans and women 36% of the scans. Operating system breakdown shows that 60% of scans came from the Android OS compared to 37% on Apple iOS devices. Top choice of content is videos, app downloads and product information.

Marketing ChartsQR Code Scanner Age and Gender Breakdowns in Q2, August 2, 2013
ScanLife is out with its latest quarterly Mobile Barcode Trend Report [pdf] in which it reports 4 million new users around the world and 6 million active scanners, impressive figures even as other research suggests that within the US the amount of scanners isn’t keeping up with the growth in smartphone penetration. Nevertheless, ScanLife’s latest study reveals some interesting demographic breakdowns of the barcode scanner.

MediaPostUgly Duckling Flies: QR Code Use Expanding As Tablets Kick In Too, August 2, 2013
Love them or hate them, the butt-ugliest thing the mobile industry has introduced into global culture -- the QR code -- is what we are stuck with for the time being. And mobile users are still snapping them in ever greater numbers, always on the hunt for that occasional good end experience that is worth the trip.

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