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Usefulness of RFIDs worth the annoyance
Apr 12, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
April 12, 2004—But the wireless technology with the greatest potential to drive us batty still hovers just offstage. No doubt you've heard of it--RFID, or radio frequency identification tags. These are the tiny devices that will soon be used by businesses and the military to wirelessly track cartons of Barbie dolls and crates of ammo.
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