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  • Sep
    27
    Why Motorola Should Focus on RFID
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 09.27.2006
    As Motorola integrates Symbol Technology's products and its own, Motorola should put RFID at the heart of its strategy.
  • Sep
    26
    Motorola's False Starts in RFID
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 09.26.2006
    It's not clear how much emphasis Motorola would give to Symbol's RFID efforts, if the proposed acquisition goes through, but Motorola doesn't exactly have a stellar track record in the RFID field.
  • Sep
    17
    RFID and Guilt By Association
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 09.17.2006
    The media portrays anyone in favor of the use of RFID as being evil.
  • Sep
    12
    The Industry Breathes a Sigh of Relief
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 09.12.2006
    News that Wal-Mart is continuing its RFID rollout is being greeted as welcome news by RFID vendors.
  • Sep
    08
    RFID on Your Wrist
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 09.08.2006
    PayPass wristbands make it easy and convenient to buy hotdogs at the Giants’ football games.
  • Sep
    01
    Layoffs at Alien Technology
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 09.01.2006
    Rumors of massive layoffs at Alien Technology might be overblown.
  • Aug
    31
    Patent Extortion
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 08.31.2006
    The lawsuit filed by RFID World against Wal-Mart, Target, Pfizer and others is completely bogus.
  • Aug
    29
    Be Wary of RFID Advice Givers
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 08.29.2006
    Some who claim to be experts aren't really experts, but rather self-promoters with no history of helping end users achieve benefits from RFID.
  • Aug
    22
    RFID on Vacation
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 08.22.2006
    RFID-enabled wristbands really are a benefit to guests at the Great Wolf Lodge, as I learned firsthand.
  • Aug
    17
    What Retailers Really Want
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 08.17.2006
    Yes, they would like to find ways to encourage you to buy stuff, but legitimate retailers understand that their relationship with their customers is more important than one sale.
  • Aug
    15
    Travel Anxieties On the Rise
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 08.15.2006
    Concerns about the use of RFID in passports are small compared to the concerns travelers have about being the victim of terrorism.
  • Aug
    11
    The Security-Privacy Trade-Off
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 08.11.2006
    What the recent capture of terrorists plotting to blow up American planes departing from London means for electronic passports.
  • Aug
    10
    RFID Mandates on Drugs Might Not Be the Answer
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 08.10.2006
    A mandate from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration could jumpstart RFID adoption in the pharmaceutical sector—or it could create a sweeping backlash.
  • Aug
    08
    It’s Still RFID to Me
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 08.08.2006
    RFID vendor Gemalto claims it’s wrong to call the RFID transponders in e-passports RFID transponders. If it ain’t RFID…what is it?
  • Aug
    07
    Beware of RFID-enabled Terrorists
    Posted By Mark Roberti, 08.07.2006
    A security company has demonstrated how passports with embedded RFID transponders could be used to blow up Americans. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
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