Humanity is dependent on electricity. Without it, millions of PCs will not turn on, trains will not go, planes will not fly. And where is electricity – there are wires … People constantly want to get rid of them, developing more and more advanced wireless communication systems. The emergence of Bluetooth, and then Wi-Fi, partially alleviated the problem of wireless communication and data transfer, however, one complication remained – wireless charging of mobile and computer devices. It is over the resolution of this issue that the best minds of a number of campaigns have been fighting since about 2002.
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Reto Meier, who works for Google’s Android Developer Advocate, is also a renowned futurist.
Having studied the trends in the development of modern technologies, he outlined his point of view on how smartphones and tablets will look in five, ten and twenty years.
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More and more often, we can see such codes on our streets: in advertising posters and booklets, on business cards or on the packaging of a purchased item. If you have not yet encountered such codes, then this means that you were simply not very attentive. Look around and I am sure that the QR code will surely catch your eye.
What is this code and how does it work?
The abbreviation QR is derived from the English words Quick Response, which translates as “quick response” or “quick response.” A QR code is a two-dimensional bar code that can contain a sufficiently large amount of encoded information (for example, up to 7089 numbers or 4296 letters and numbers). Continue reading