CueCat's a dog; stick with a mouse

Dickinson, Casey J.
March 2001
Business Journal (Central New York);03/30/2001, Vol. 15 Issue 13, p6
Features the CueCat, a device that allows users to scan bar codes to have their Web browsers automatically open Internet sites connected to the code. Partners of Digital Convergence in manufacturing CueCat; Concept of the device; Software requirements.


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