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  • Inside Auto-ID Labs

    In the excitment surrounding the build-up and ratification of GEN 2, an important lasting vestige of the Auto-ID Center has slipped below the radar: Auto-ID Labs.

  • GenuOne Pulls Out of RFID Market

    By Ari Juels

    The company will no longer sell its TraceGuard RFID software but will retain and grow its software and services for supply chain security.

  • Carmakers Study RFID's ROI for Racks

    By Jonathan Collins

    An automotive trade group is researching how much money automakers might save by deploying RFID on reusable containers and racks used to transport parts.

  • Symbol vs. Intermec, Round 4

    Symbol has sued Intermec for patent infringement (again), this time relating to bar code intellectual property.

  • Calif. Bill Seeks to Ban Tags in IDs

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    California's Identity Information Protection Act would prohibit the use of contactless integrated circuits in government-issued identification documents.

  • RFID Certification Initiative Ramping Up, Experts Wanted

    Last week the Cornerstone Meeting for the initiative to establish an RFID certification program took place at the Oakbrook Terrace, Illinios headquarters of information technology association CompTIA.

  • Symbol Files Second Suit

    By Jonathan Collins

    In the continuing legal battle with Intermec Technologies, Symbol claims that Intermec is infringing on Symbol patents related to the decoding of bar codes.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Ari Juels

    PayPass coming to theaters near you; CDO releases locating system; new printer-encoder-applicator from MPI Label; Psion Teklogix partners with Printronix; SAMSys joins Oracle’s PartnerNetwork; Tyco announces tests results.

  • Packager Uses Tags to Protect Injectables

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    West Pharmacuetical Services has released an RFID-based product and service offering to help pharmaceutical manufacturers guard injectable drugs against counterfeiting.

  • RFID Prevention of Wrong-Site Surgery Gains Momentum

    RFID's adoption by the healthcare industry made progress this week with the announcement by AMTSystems of new pilot programs for its SurgiChip product.

  • RFID for the Art Shy

    By Jonathan Collins

    A New Hampshire gallery is the first customer for a new passive RFID system that puts RFID readers into the hands of art-hungry shoppers.

  • Sensing a Product's Shelf Life

    By Jonathan Collins

    A company is working to add RFID to a small sensor that can calculate if perishable goods have spoiled due to temperature variations.

  • RFID Employment Services on the Rise

    The RFID job search and placement field continues its gradual expansion with this week's announcement of the RFID Talent and Career Center.

  • RFID Makes the Grade

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    At the University of Houston's RFID Programming class, undergrads get to configure RFID networks and establish back-end software infrastructure.

  • U.S. Government Changes Direction on RFID Passports

    The U.S. government appears to have abruptly changed direction with regard to its initiative to RFID-tag the passports of American citizens.

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