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scanning system

Scan.me solves the QR code dilemma by delivering a simple, beautiful experience

thenextweb.com
It would be easy to say that QR codes kind of suck and leave it at that. People have been talking about these square symbols with embedded information like URLs for years, claiming that they’re the future of advertising and information distribution. But they never seem to live up to...
Scan.me solves the QR code dilemma by delivering a simple, beautiful experience

£9m cost of eye scanning 'would have been better spent on staff'

www.guardian.co.uk
Report on UK Border Agency criticises IRIS scheme and raises questions on progress of e-borders and e-gates Money spent on the UK Border Agency's (UKBA) IRIS biometric scanning system would have been better used for staff, the home affairs select committee has found.IRIS was introduced in UK airports in 2006...
£9m cost of eye scanning 'would have been better spent on staff'
Neat Launches NeatCloud And NeatMobile, Two New Document Storage Services

New technique uses virtual slides to view tissue in 3D

news.cnet.com
Researchers at the University of Leeds say their digital scanning system produces high-res images that can be rotated. [Read more]...
New technique uses virtual slides to view tissue in 3D

Neat Adds Cloud Service, Mobile Apps to Scanning System

allthingsd.com
The Neat Company, which makes scanners and file-organization software, has introduced a cloud-based file-storage system and mobile apps for iOS. NeatCloud now syncs with Neat’s desktop software and mobile app to give users access to their scanned documents via the Internet; the free NeatMobile app on iPhones and iPads lets...
Neat Adds Cloud Service, Mobile Apps to Scanning System

The Internet of Sushi

www.readwriteweb.com
Kaiten-zushi or "conveyor belt" sushi is not new. It was developed in Japan in 1958. But over the past couple of years, the addition of RFID chips has raised the process of snatching a tuna roll off a rubber strip to space-age bachelor-pad heights. The use of microchips in the...
The Internet of Sushi

Warner Bros. Recruits Students to Spy on Pirates

torrentfreak.com
The people who work at the anti-piracy divisions of Warner Bros. and other large media companies have to be experts in file-sharing technology. It is therefore no surprise that Warner Bros. is actively recruiting students for a job as Anti-Piracy Intern, as most students have grown up sharing files. Warner...
Warner Bros. Recruits Students to Spy on Pirates

Warner Bros. Looks for Anti-Piracy Interns

mashable.com
The UK arm of Warner Bros Entertainment is looking for students to spy on digital pirates.At first, it seems only logical: students know about piracy, many of them have commited acts that would be considered digital piracy, so why not hire them as counterintelligence? The actual description of the...
Warner Bros. Looks for Anti-Piracy Interns
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