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  • Roper Buys TransCore

    By Jonathan Collins

    Roper Industries announced that it will buy TransCore—a long-time provider of RFID and transportation technology and services.

  • RFID Journal Launches RFP System

    By Bob Violino

    Companies looking to purchase RFID-related products and services can now search RFID Journal's vendor database and send automated requests for information, proposals or quotes to technology providers.

  • Gillette, P&G Put On Live EPC Demo

    By Jonathan Collins

    At last week’s EPCglobal US Conference, Gillette and Procter & Gamble showed how the EPCglobal Network can help trace shipments, combat counterfeit products and stop out-of-stocks

  • RFID of the Future

    For many futurists out there, there are far more compelling uses of pervasive RFID than merely "decreased shrinkage."

  • Is RFID Tagging Library Books Really a Threat?

    What never seems to get mentioned is that RFID technology leaves room for securing library book tag information with encryption.

  • Unisys Starts Up RFID Unit

    By Jonathan Collins

    The global technology services company establishes a new division, called Unisys Global Visible Commerce, to capitalize on a decade of RFID experience.

  • FTC Readies an RFID Report

    By Claire Swedberg

    The Federal Trade Commission chairman affirms FTC’s jurisdiction over RFID and announces plans to issue guidelines on the technology.

  • State of the GEN 2 RFID Standard

    The highly-anticipated "GEN 2" RFID standard, which many see as the key to accelerated RFID adoption, has reached the last step before final ratification.

  • Against Passport RFID Tagging

    International Herald Tribune technologist Bruce Schneier comes out strongly against a U.S. initiative to RFID tag passports of its citizens.

  • Oracle: Chinese RFID Standards Won't Hike RFID Costs

    Oracle's VP of internet technology believes the Chinese government's decision with regards to RFID standards will not likely affect the price of RFID technology.

  • Panasonic Combines RFID with SD Memory Cards

    Panasonic on Friday announced the introduction of an SD memory card line that incorporates RFID technology.

  • New Zealand's First RFID-Enabled Library Opens

    New Zealand will see its first RFID-enabled library open tomorrow in Manukau City.

  • Tesco's RFID Rollout Gets Underway

    UK grocery chain Tesco has started its highly publicized initiative to RFID-enable its supply chain.

  • Printronix Adds Class 0, 0+ Support

    By Jonathan Collins

    The label printer provider has added support for EPC Class 0 and 0+ RFID tags to its smart label encoder-printers and encoder-printer-applicators.

  • Gen 2 Moves Closer to Approval

    By Mark Roberti

    The second-generation Electronic Product Code specification was approved for candidate status, the last stage before being ratified as a standard.

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