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  • The Shelved Shelf

    By Bob Violino

    What does Wal-Mart's decision to "cancel" its smart shelf test really mean?

  • Do the Right Thing

    By Bob Violino

    Caspian has invaded the privacy of Auto-ID Center sponsors, but users of the technology have to remain open about their pilots.

  • The Last Pieces of the Puzzle

    By Bob Violino

    Japan's decision to allocate a portion of the UHF spectrum for use by RFID systems paves the way for global adoption.

  • Full Disclosure

    By Bob Violino

    The privacy issue just won't go away. One group is proposing legislation requiring products with tags to be clearly labeled.

  • RFID's Momentous Week

    By Bob Violino

    Last week marked a turning point for RFID, but it's worth taking stock of where the technology stands today and where it needs to go.

  • A Little Bit of Passion

    By Bob Violino

    Is it possible to get excited about a supply chain technology?

  • The Electronic Frisk

    By Bob Violino

    Here's a look at the IT systems that would be required to match a person to an RFID tag in their clothes.

  • The Perception Question

    By Mark Roberti

    It doesn't matter how you plan to use RFID tags; what matters is how people think you may use them.

  • The Coming IT Boom

    By Bob Violino

    The Nasdaq is up 15 percent this year. Are companies opening their wallets and spending on technology again?

  • Heaven or Hell?

    By Bob Violino

    RFID may put millions of people out of work, or it may boost productivity and bolster our economic prosperity.

  • Make the Leap — Now

    By Bob Violino

    There are plenty of areas where RFID can provide a return on investment today.

  • RFID's Consumer Benefits

    By Bob Violino

    You'd never know it from the press coverage, but RFID offers many consumer benefits.

  • Genesis of the Versatile RFID Tag

    By Mario Cardullo

    Mario Cardullo received the first patent for a passive, read-write RFID tag. He tells how he came up with the idea in 1969.

  • Sex, Lies and RFID

    By Bob Violino

    Misinformation about RFID fuels paranoia and plays into the hands of those who oppose the technology.

  • A Setback for RFID?

    By Bob Violino

    Some press reports suggest that the Benetton situation could hurt the RFID industry. Nothing could be further from the truth.

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