Eftpos has announced building its new QR code payments experience infrastructure on schedule, with the first commercial trials to be announced "in the coming weeks."
Sydney residents now have access to electronic prescriptions with the rollout of prescription software by the national digital health services and systems provider
Australian tech company Trax Print says it has used its expertise in document protection and anti-fraud technology to develop a dynamic sanitisation certificate to be used in conjunction with Zoono through their distributors in South Africa, Liquigenic.
Chinese visitors to Melbourne can give licensed buskers the digital equivalent of a few coins via QR code, while locals can use "tap-n-go" cards in Australia's first digital payment busker solution.
Aerohive Networks has announced its "Personalised Engagement ecosystem" aimed at helping retailers get more out of the Wi-Fi connectivity they provide to customers.
Enterprise mobility specialist Mobile Mentor will incorporate iProximity's beacons into its solutions portfolio under a new partnership arrangement between the companies.
The West Australian's weekend edition included a advertising liftout that allowed readers to purchase products via their smartphones.
HP is stepping up its anti-counterfeiting campaign. QR codes on the company's consumables packaging will allow customers to check the provenance before they buy.
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