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Editor's Note

  • The Way Forward

    Our special report examines the prospects for the Auto-ID Center's proposed system for tracking products using a low-cost RFID and open-standards and lays out a roadmap for companies looking to adopt the technology.

  • Linux Offers A Lesson

    The growth of Linux is a sign that technology buyers want low-cost, open systems. RFID vendors need to get the message.

  • The Privacy Nightmare

    Only an aggressive PR campaign and an enforceable code of ethics will get people to accept self-regulate of RFID tracking of consumer products.

  • The Sound and The Fury

    The only way to achieve a global standard for a low-cost RFID network is if everyone understands what their long-term interests are.

  • The U.K. Chips In

    The British government is spending EUR9 million on eight RFID field tests, which may give UK companies a competitive advantage.

  • The Manhattan Project

    Excessive secrecy could be the Auto-ID Center's Achilles heel.

  • It's Always Darkest . . .

    By Mark Roberti

    The markets took a pounding last week. Technology in general, and RFID in particular, could lead the recovery.

  • The Making of a Market

    A vast new market for low-cost RFID tags and readers is emerging, and Wal-Mart is the driving force behind it.

  • Prepare for the Future

    If low-cost RFID is going to disrupt the market for this technology, then now is the time for establish players to develop a strategy for the change that's on the horizon.

  • Get Ready For Disruption

    By Mark Roberti

    Low-cost RFID is a disruptive technology that will have a profound impact on the market and established tag makers. Mark Roberti explains why.

  • The Great RFID Divide

    By Mark Roberti

    Some of the biggest companies in the world are clamoring for low-cost RFID systems. But vendors don't want to invest in developing them.

  • Retail's Anthrax Syndrome

    By Mark Roberti

    Just as the American people have become complacent about another anthrax attack, retailers have become complacent about Wal-Mart using technology to crush them.

  • A New Source of News

    By Mark Roberti

    June 1 marks the official launch of RFID Journal, the only source of timely, objective RFID news on the Web.

  • Picks For The Gold Rush

    Which companies will be among the winners when RFID finally takes off?

  • The Truth Behind the RFID Tales

    By Susy d'Hont

    Don't be fooled by wild promises from RFID vendors and integrators. By Susy d'Hont, Marketing Manager, Matrics

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