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  • World's Thinnest Smart Label

    Flying Null, a British maker of magnetic tagging technologies, has unveiled an ID label that is just three microns thick.

  • Cashless Payments Go Wireless

    USA Technologies has added wireless wide area network and Wi-Fi capabilities to its low-cost cashless transaction system.

  • UCC and RosettaNet To Merge

    The high-tech industry's e-business standards group will become a wholly owned subsidiary of the Uniform Code Council.

  • Identix Posts Steep Loss

    The leading biometrics company lost $55.4 million for fiscal 2002, but it is record growth for fiscal 2003.

  • HID Increases the Frequency

    Days after Texas Instruments announced plans to offer a 13.56 MHz access control system, HID Corp. unveiled its own product.

  • Auto-ID Center Adds Aussie Co.

    Visy Industries, a leading packaging company, has become the first Australian company to sponsor the EPC effort.

  • Smart Card Makers Struggle

    It's been a rough year for companies that make smart cards, but a new Frost & Sullivan report says sales may start to pick up soon.

  • Turmoil Continues at Gemplus

    The world's largest smart card maker reported dismal 2Q earnings and its interim chief executive, Ron Mackintosh, has resigned.

  • TI Enters Access Control Market

    Texas Instruments plans to take on the leader in RFID access control with a new line of 13.56 MHz reader and card security systems.

  • Savi Teams With Greybox Logistics

    The alliance with a subsidiary of Transamerica Leasing gives Savi access to a potentially lucrative market.

  • Unilever Tracks Lynx with RFID

    The company will monitor 30,000 six-packs of deodorant as they move from a manufacturing plant to three Safeway stores.

  • UK Intros Vehicle Inspection Card

    The U.K.?s Ministry of Transport will use smart cards to reduce fraud related to the inspection of vehicles.

  • Arnlea Buys Industrial RFID Line

    The acquisition of Indala's unit strengthens the Scottish company's position in oil, natural gas and other markets.

  • New Anti-Collision Protocol Patent

    eXI Wireless, a Canadian maker of RFID systems, has been granted a US patent for a way to enable a reader to scan hundreds of tags.

  • RFID Boost Checkpoint's Earnings

    The maker of retail security and ID systems, reported weak financial results, due to a decline in capital spending by retailers.

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