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Britain’s CD.id project shows RFID can be used to track individual music CDs through the supply chain. The real challenge is creating a system that benefits everyone, including the retailer that wants to prevent shoplifting.
Impinj says its AEON Memory costs less than conventional nonvolatile memory and uses less power.
Bank of America will continue to test its QuickWave RFID payment card for another three months.
The research center at Keio University will be headed by renowned Japanese computer scientist Jun Murai.
The Japanese printing company says it will have an ultra-low-cost EPC reader on the market by June.
NanoPierce says the label maker is exploring the possibility of using its antenna connection technique.
News that Gillette will purchase 500 million tags has stirred privacy concerns among consumers.
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The tire maker has begun testing a UHF transponder that it adapted for use inside rubber sidewalls.