In 1984, fresh out of college, I moved to Hong Kong to report on business in the Asia-Pacific region. China […]
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Most people thought item-level RFID tracking was years away, but many early adopters are launching pilots that could lead to major rollouts this year.
Manufacturers won't benefit from tagging their items until RFID becomes widely adopted, but that won't happen until manufacturers tag their items.
A DOD apparel supplier is ready to start tagging shipments for mandate compliance, but isn't stopping there.
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The American Apparel and Footwear Association is offering its eligible members deep discounts on RFID smart labels from Avery Dennison RIS.
A newly published study shows that apparel and footwear retailers can expect a quick return on investment from deploying RFID.
Dot-coms led the Internet revolution. So why are these tech-savvy companies sitting on the sidelines while brick-and-mortar retailers lead the RFID revolution?
The anti-RFID book by the leaders of CASPIAN doesn't provide any compelling evidence that the technology is a threat to privacy.