A confused crossword puzzle. A psychedelic postage stamp. A bar code on drugs.
This is how a QR, or Quick Response, code may appear to most people. You may have noticed these black-and-white squares showing up in subway ads or in pages of magazines. Thanks to our growing addiction to our smartphones
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Five years ago today, Twitter cofounder Jack Dorsey blasted off the very first tweet. What began as an experiment in "microblogging" -- no more than 140 characters, please -- has become a cultural landmark.
Twitter now has 200 million users, including tech luminaries, celebrit
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If you run a blog or website of any kind, chances are you’re always trying to encourage more people to talk about and share your pages and posts through a variety of channels, including social media and e-mail.
For many sites, adding social sharing buttons is a simple and effective way to quickly
Dscoop6 has officially started. All the conference signage is in place and print industry professionals from all over the globe have moved through the registration lines and in and out of this morning’s Deep-Dive Seminars. The ambience of HP Innovation...