Briefly World: Inventor of bar code dies at 91
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Inventor of bar code dies at 91
New York: The inventor of the bar code, that originated six decades ago and revolutionised product labelling, has died at 91. Woodland died on Sunday, suffering from Alzheimer's at his home in New Jersey.
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