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It is not surprising, and entirely understandable that it takes a while for newcomers to get to grips with all of the features on smartphones and tablets, so let us begin with reading barcodes. Nowadays they come in two varieties: original UPC (Universal Product Code) barcodes; which are the familiar blocks of vertical lines of varying width and spacing; and QR or Quick Response codes, square boxes, filled with a pattern of small blocks. In both cases they are captured by the smartphone or tablet’s camera and decoded by an app, which uses the phone’s Internet connection to identify the product or load a web page. On some phones you have to download a barcode reader app but one is pre-installed on the Xperia Z, called Neoreader. Just tap the Neoreader icon and point the camera at the barcode. The phone vibrates when it has been successfully read and it displays the search results or web page on the screen.