- New Offerings for DOD Suppliers
By Jonathan Collins
Imobile unveils an application and the RFID tags needed to label and track shipments according to Department of Defense RFID requirements.
- RFID Plans at Shipper UPS
UPS plans to RFID into its supply chain operations, and the shipping giant already has a number of pilots underway.
- Be Cautious on Investments in RFID, UPS Exec Advises
- Cashless RFID-based Purchases Using Your Cell Phone
ViVOtech and Philips have partnered to make cashless purchases using RFID-enabled cell phones a reality.
- First Handheld Bluetooth RFID Reader
What is being proclaimed as the world's first Bluetooth RFID reader has been released. Compact and pen-shaped, it is handled like a writing implement.
- The Question of Securing RFID Data
The August release of RFDump brought security questions surrounding RFID sharply into focus.
- The Wal-Mart supremacy
Wal-Mart's RFID mandate highlights the giant's far-reaching and unquestionable power across the retailing sector.
- The Right Approach to an RFID Implementation
Computerworld advises approaching your RFID implementation with a more flexible, open-minded approach than you would a traditional IT project.
- Consumer Goods: RFID Tops To-Do List In Consumer Goods
- RFID Named as Integrator Favorite
Radio frequency identification is one of the five most important emerging technologies, as chosen by government systems integrators.
- UK's Military to Invest in RFID
The UK's Ministry of Defense has decided to more fully RFID-enable the military's supply chain.
- Odin Technologies Aims to Be the Chief of RFID
- Test Set for RFID-Enabled Phones
By Jonathan Collins
Philips and ViVOtech plan to deploy a system that lets U.S. cell phone subscribers use near field communication (NFC) technology to make cashless purchases.
- Senator Queries FTC about RFID
By Claire Swedberg
U.S. Senator Bill Nelson asks the Federal Trade Commission to explain its role and strategy for addressing RFID’s potential risks to privacy.
- RFID Regulation the Right Choice?
As RFID increasingly grabs the attention of the press, investors, and privacy activists, government officials are starting to get involved.