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Editor's Note

  • What’s Good for Apparel and Footwear

    By Mark Roberti

    RFID delivers a return on investment, but companies are moving slowly. The question is: Why?

  • The ROI of RFID in the Supply Chain

    By Thomas Pisello

    Although RFID implementations are not without costs and risks, a number of companies in manufacturing, warehousing and distribution and retailing have achieved a 200 percent return on investment.

  • Be Careful What Data You Collect

    By Mark Roberti

    AOL's recent problems related to the release of information on searches done through its Web site is a cautionary tale for those thinking about collecting RFID data on consumers.

  • Be Wary of Religious Opposition to RFID

    By Mark Roberti

    While people have a right to their religious beliefs, invoking God to oppose RFID could hinder attempts to address privacy concerns in a rational way.

  • World Kitchen's Mandate

    By Mark Roberti

  • Entering the Blogosphere

    By Mark Roberti

    RFID Journal has introduced a blog to provide readers with insights that might not find a place in our news and feature stories.

  • Perfect Alternatives to RFID?

    By Mark Roberti

    New technologies are being hailed as threats to RFID when, in fact, they are RFID.

  • Senate Staffers Get Up to Speed on RFID

    By Mark Roberti

    The first meeting of the Senate RFID Caucus covered a wide variety of business and public-policy issues.

  • RFID Journal Vertical Industry Newsletters

    By Mark Roberti

    End users are looking for information on how to use RFID within their industry and RFID Journal is responding with vertical industry content.

  • One Problem, Many Solutions

    By Mark Roberti

    There are many ways to prevent people from using RFID to infringe on people's privacy—and some products are hitting the market even before most consumer items have tags.

  • A Moratorium on Stupidity

    By Mark Roberti

    California’s new RFID bills, which prevent the introduction of the technology in driver’s licenses and student IDs for three years, will needlessly slow adoption in a state that has long been an incubator of new technologies.

  • What's Your Plan B?

    By Mark Roberti

    Companies need to think about what happens when an RFID tag fails on a case or pallet in transit.

  • All About Asia

    By Mark Roberti

  • RFID Journal’s New Look

    By Mark Roberti

    An upgrade to the Web site makes it easier for readers to find content specific to their industry or their functional area.

  • The Gen 2 Reality

    By Mark Roberti

    The new protocol is not going to deliver a huge performance boost—at least not right away.

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