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  • Don't Expect RFID Miracles in 2005

    Will 2005 be "The Year of RFID"? Probably not, according to this article by InformationWeek.

  • Digital Angel Positions Itself for Livestock-Tagging Demand

    News of another mad cow disease case coincided with an announcement by Digital Angel that it had shipped 265,000 RFID tags designed for livestock tracking to its Canadian distributors.

  • Suppliers Meet Mandate Frugally

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    A report by consulting firm Incucomm says that Wal-Mart's suppliers are spending less than expected on RFID compliance, and small systems integrators are grabbing market share.

  • Triple RFID Protection for Cars

    By Claire Swedberg

    A new car immobilizer system uses three RFID readers to make it tougher for thieves to drive off with your automobile.

  • Report: Half of RFID Deployments Don't Need Middleware

    The latest RFID survey of 669 supply chain executives from Larstan Business Reports yielded some interesting findings.

  • Symbol Pays for Matrics with Loan; Market Reaction Mixed

    Symbol Technologies announced on Wednesday that instead of selling $287.5 million in stock to finance its September 2004 purchase of RFID tag maker Matrics, it would borrow the money.

  • 3 Recommendations Before Buying Gen 2 Technology

    Analyst John Fontanella of Boston-based research firm Yankee Group outlines three recommendations for buyers of RFID Generation 2 technology.

  • NY Times: RFID Not Ready for Wal-Mart

    The New York Times ran a story on RFID in its Monday Technology section, reporting that "the technology is not yet ready to meet the needs of either Wal-Mart or its suppliers."

  • What's Next for Gen 2?

    By Jonathan Collins

    RFID vendors move ahead with plans to offer tags and readers based on EPCglobal's newly ratified standard, but disagree on how quickly and smoothly adoption will happen.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Bob Violino

    Consumer RFID awareness continues growth; Inside Contactless becomes Dexit supply partner; Agility upgrades AgileTrac 2.0; Accraply releases new printer-encoder label applicator; Worldlabel.com labels tested by lab.

  • Wal-Mart's RFID plans will fail


  • 5 Components of a Successful RFID Deployment

    Yankee Group outlines five important lessons gleaned from the experiences of Wal-Mart suppliers that have worked throughout 2004 to meet the retailer's RFID mandate.

  • Intel Sees RFID as Growth Opportunity

    Microchip manufacturing giant Intel sees the growth in RFID-enabled consumer goods as a strong potential boon to its business.

  • RFID Readers Get Cellular

    By Jonathan Collins

    SmartCode is adding cellular data capabilities to its UHF readers so that the devices can connect wirelessly to a corporate network.

  • All CVS Stores to Offer ExpressPay

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Retail pharmacy CVS announced it is becoming the first national merchant partner for ExpressPay, American Express's contactless payment option.

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