LE BOOK to use Microsoft Tag

Picked up by Geek in Disguise, LE BOOK will be using Microsoft Tag in their 2010 edition of the design bible. Premiering with the 2010 edition of LE BOOK, contributors to our print edition will have the opportunity to place tags on their pages. Through a readily available app, iPhones, BlackBerry PDAs, and all newer…

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Microsoft Tag at the Gizmodo Gallery

Microsoft Tag has made it into a couple big events this week. In addition to being featured at Demo this week Gizmodo hosted a geeky gallery in Soho NYC where old and new tech gadgets are on display utilizing Microsoft Tags. Throughout the event Tags have been implemented on place cards next to each item…

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Tag & Demo

For Demo this year Microsoft Tag was used heavily to help extend their print materials as well as assist attendees in their introductions to one another. the picture below show’s the Microsoft Tag’s that were being used with attendees name tags. Each person received one Microsoft Tag for their name tag, allowing other attendees to…

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Microsoft Tag in Printweek.com

The fall of print is well noted but Printweek.com wrote a recent article explaining how Microsoft Tag and other 2D bar codes can help rescue print. They make a simple but great point in comparing the differences of print and online advertising. “Part of the genius of the internet is the ability to click on…

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Tag in Amsterdam

A dull moment while waiting for the bus? Snap the Tag and be in the know! In collaboration GVB, Sparked BV, and MINIbar started a pilot at the Central Station in Amsterdam to provide infotainment via a mobile phone. On tram and bus stops at the Station Square travelers with their mobile phone can snap…

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Microsoft Tag in the Economist

The Economist recently released an article about reading bar codes with mobile phones. The article sweeps across the brief history of reading bar codes with mobile phones to newer generation models like Microsoft Tag. They keep a very balanced view overlooking all of the different types of mobile readable barcodes. Here’s a snippet of the…

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Kobe vs. Melo

VersusSport.com announces Kobe’s Biggest Fan Contest featuring Microsoft TAG technology. Visit Versus Sport to enter. Wildest Fan winner attends the big launch event and gets to meet Kobe and Carmelo in person. Here’s the first video submitted to the contest – Go to www.versusSport.com to enter. If you have any questions reach out to us…

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