Holiday shopping gets a tiny bit easier this year as retailers like Sears bring holiday shopping to you as they install the Sears QR Toy Shop Shopping Wall to airports and street advertising locations near you.
It occurred to us as we were writing the World Changing article on Tesco and their use of QR Codes, that some of you still need to know a little more about what QR Codes are and why they should care. Here is how QR codes are Changing the World.
Tesco recently started using QR Codes and the empty walls of Subway stations to create Homeplus virtual stores. Thanks to this innovative genius, commuters can shop virtual shelves arranged to create an exact replica of the in-store experience.
Nothing helps us illustrate how quickly the World is Changing like a great video infographic. And although the video below is more than a year old, the info is still staggering and the time that has passed only makes these things more true.
Every menu in every restaurant is a non-engaging piece of paper, expensive to produce and rarely changing. Ziosk from Tabletop Media is working hard to make restaurant menus digital - interactive, dynamic, engaging, and persuasive.
Quixey is the comprehensive search tool for finding the Apps you need. Although there are Apps for everything we can think of, finding our way to them on our 3.5 inch screen proves to be more than an little challenging.
The Google Art Project takes the remarkably innovative Street View concept to the next level with museum walk-thrus of the top Museums of the world. Google is now attempting to map the Worlds top museums.
ATT and Pointcast are giving us the opportunity to get text alerts about new products, special offers, and events from our favorite brands when our phone tells them we are nearby relevant stores. This is called Geo-fencing.