RFID Journal Blog
Academics Chip in at LIVE! 2008
Posted By Mark Roberti, 04.25.2008
A new program introduced at this year's RFID Journal LIVE! conference helped keep the event running smoothly and enabled more students to attend at no cost.
Believing the Bad News
Posted By Mark Roberti, 03.02.2008
Journalists run in packs, and right now the pack is down on RFID.
A Voice in the Wilderness
Posted By Mark Roberti, 02.29.2008
One Web site that aims to help businesspeople understand technology claims RFID is going nowhere, and that voice technology is really the next big thing in the supply chain.
IEEE RFID 2008
Posted By Mark Roberti, 02.20.2008
The professional association for the advancement of technology has selected 44 papers to present at its RFID technical conference, co-located with RFID Journal LIVE! 2008.
Fearmongering Is Alive and Well
Posted By Mark Roberti, 02.04.2008
An Associated Press article presents a grossly inaccurate view of radio frequency identification in an effort to scare uninformed readers.
Alien, One Year On
Posted By Mark Roberti, 01.25.2008
A year after the company suffered a failed initial public offering, sales are back up, the burn rate is down and the company appears to be back on track.
Coverage of RFID Issues Is Improving
Posted By Mark Roberti, 01.21.2008
A few articles about RFID-enabled passports show the press is becoming more educated—and less sensationalist—than it was just a year or two ago.
Posted By Mark Roberti, 01.17.2008
The Independent, a British newspaper, has written a pathetic article claiming prisoners will be chipped like dogs, and that the general population are next.
Posted By Mark Roberti, 01.14.2008
A draft document suggests retailers should remove or deactivate tags at the point of sale, but this might be the wrong approach—or, rather, the right approach at the wrong time.
AIM's Predictions for 2008
Posted By Mark Roberti, 01.03.2008
The industry association has identified five trends to watch in the coming year.
RFID and the Human Factor
Posted By Mark Roberti, 01.02.2008
An eWeek columnist suggests people could be "derailing RFID." Is he right?