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  • NECSAP Launches RFID Customer Cards

    By Jonathan Collins

    The Singapore-based arm of Japanese electronics giant NEC Corp. has introduced an RFID-enabled card to improve service for buyers of NEC mobile phones.

  • 2006: The Year RFID Vanished

    This article is the first of a four-part series from Dennis Báthory-Kitsz, who predicts that this year will be the one RFID vanishes.

  • Proview Deploys RFID System

    By Claire Swedberg

    The monitor and TV manufacturer has launched an RFID system at its manufacturing facility in Shenzhen, China, to tag shipments to retailers and issue advance shipping notices.

  • DHS Testing E-Passports in San Francisco

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Singapore and Australia airports are also participating in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's assessment of RFID technology.

  • IDC: Western European RFID Market Just Starting

    Research firm IDC has released a report about RFID adoption in Western Europe that indicates a market in only the earliest stages of adoption. This article recaps the key findings.

  • Fujitsu Offering RFID Services, Readers

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Retail point-of-sale systems supplier Fujitsu Transaction Solutions says it will provide RFID integration services to its retail customers, and resell ThingMagic's Mercury4 interrogator.

  • Piggly Wiggly Carolina Eyes RFID

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    With the aid of data synch firm GXS, the 113-store franchise of the Piggly Wiggly grocery chain is getting ready to accept RFID-tagged shipments.

  • Three RFID Trends for 2006 from ABI

    ABI Research of Oyster Bay, New York, this week published what it considers three key trends that will occur this year in RFID. This article tells you what they are.

  • RFID World Show Acquired by CMP Media

    CMP Media yesterday announced the $12.3 million acquisition of Shorecliff Communications, the media and events company that hosts RFID World, one of the two or three leading annual industry shows.

  • U.S. Terminal Operators Join Savi System

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Marine Terminals Corp. and Trans Pacific Container Service are rolling out Savi Networks' SaviTrak system so their customers can track or secure cargo containers.

  • Company Execs Foresee RFID's Potential

    By Beth Bacheldor

    Although the technology has yet to deliver benefits to many companies' internal operations, a majority of executives believe RFID deployments will eventually pay off, the Aberdeen Group reports.

  • Aberdeen on the Tipping Point for RFID

    Aberdeen Group surveyed 250 industry executives and managers about how their companies view RFID as an enabling technology, both in its ability to deliver value today and in the future. This guest article from Aberdeen analyst John Fontanella looks at the responses.

  • Julie England on Why Texas Instruments Kept RFID

    RFID Update spoke with Julie England, general manager of TI's RFID business, about the significance of yesterday's Sensors & Controls sale announcement and TI's decision to keep RFID. This article recaps the discussion.

  • AAFA Offers RFID Savings Program

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The American Apparel and Footwear Association is offering its eligible members deep discounts on RFID smart labels from Avery Dennison RIS.

  • Pfizer Shipping RFID-tagged Viagra

    One of the pharmaceutical industry's most significant announcements with respect to RFID came Friday afternoon as drug giant Pfizer announced that is has begun shipping RFID-tagged bottles, cases, and pallets of Viagra.

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