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Retail Editor's Note

  • Tracking the RFID Market

    RFID Journal is launching a new report to help technology providers and end-user companies better understand the state of the market for RFID products and services.

  • Give Your Views to the EU—Now!

    The European Commission is proposing requirements that could dramatically curtail the benefits of RFID technology, so end users and vendors need to submit comments before April 25.

  • Banning Skimming

    Washington State is close to passing a law that would prohibit people from reading RFID tags in items you own without your knowledge.

  • In Recognition of Excellence

    The 2008 RFID Journal Award winners demonstrate what can be achieved by applying radio frequency identification to different business problems.

  • What's In Your Supply Chain?

    Recent reports suggest companies could face significant lawsuits because of an inability to know what their suppliers are doing.

  • Keeping the Faith Six Years On

    RFID Journal just celebrated its sixth anniversary, and my faith in the capitalist system continues to be rewarded.

  • Two Visions of an RFID-Enabled Future

    There are both dark and sunny versions of what the world might look like when RFID becomes ubiquitous. So why is all the focus on the dark version?

  • Understanding the Suite of RFID Technologies

    There are many versions of radio frequency identification. Here's how to figure out which solution is right for your company's needs.

  • Providing a Road Map for Sam's Suppliers

    The companies required to tag pallets and cases for Sam's Club can benefit from all the learnings of the past five years, but it's up to the RFID industry to provide guidance.

  • Sam's Club Letter Shakes Things Up

    A letter sent from Sam's Club to its suppliers, informing them they'll be charged if they don't put RFID tags on pallets, has changed the mood among suppliers, RFID vendors and the media.

  • Is There Anything New in RFID?

    Innovation is alive and well in the RFID industry, with new applications and deployments, and improvements in the technology.

  • Good Riddance to 2007

    Many in the RFID industry are happy to see a difficult year come to an end.

  • Government Does Have a Role in RFID

    To help small and midsize companies stay competitive, the Ontario Provincial Government is taking the initiative to support RFID education.

  • Eat Your Own Dog Food

    RFID technology providers could create greater confidence in RFID's benefits by more aggressively using the technology internally.

  • RFID Gathers Momentum in Europe

    Airbus, Metro and others are moving forward to deploy RFID on a large scale, while many companies across Europe are finding vast benefits in a wide variety of applications.

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