Revenue for the second quarter of 2014 was
Revenue for the six months ended
Operating expenses for the second quarter of 2014 were
"Socket announced this week our new model 8Qi cordless 2D barcode scanner targeted at the Apple and Android smartphone mobile point of sale markets. The 8Qi clips to smartphone devices to create a single-handed barcode scanner, or may be used as a stand alone barcode scanner, communicating with a smartphone or tablet cordlessly over Bluetooth®. The 8Qi software is fully compatible with our existing SocketScan10 Software Developers Kit. The 8Qi is the second barcode scanner in our smartphone-attachable 8 series, joining our Model 8Ci low cost attachable linear barcode scanning which we introduced last year.
"Last week we announced availability in August of a hands free bar code scanning solution for mobile point of sale users that will enable customers to securely scan electronic coupons by passing them under a
"Our SoMo 655 family of handheld computers continues to have appeal to customers who need a business PDA or as an embedded controller device in OEM systems.
"With our family of innovative mobile solutions in retail point of sale, commercial services and healthcare markets, and widespread support from the growing registered developer community of over 1,000 developers registered to use the Socket Software Developers Kits, we believe that Socket is well positioned to continue its revenue growth. We will continue to tightly manage our expenses and remain committed to achieving sequential growth in revenues and profitability," Mills concluded.
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