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Industry experts: RFID policy must be measured

Industry representatives, government officials, and consumer advocates discuss how to encourage growth of the identification technology while addressing privacy concerns.

By September 23, 2008


Panel: Mobile payments misunderstood in U.S.

Panel of payment industry leaders cites lack of understanding as one obstacle to greater mobile phone payment systems adoption in the United States.

By September 11, 2008


'MythBusters' co-host backpedals on RFID kerfuffle

Adam Savage now says that he had his facts wrong when he spoke to an audience at the Last Hope conference in July.

By September 3, 2008


Did corporate lawyers put kibosh on 'Mythbusters' RFID episode?

According to co-host Adam Savage, legal counsel from the largest credit card companies told Discovery Channel not to air an episode on RFID hackability.

By September 2, 2008


Dell revamps Latitude line with new E laptop series

Dell unveils revamped Latitude line this week, which promises to be thinner and lighter than the current versions.

By August 12, 2008


Sanyo's Nintendo-licensed Wiimote charger is Japan-only--for now

Finally, you can save on purchasing all those AA batteries every week for your Wii remote. Nintendo has teamed with Sanyo to come up with a custom battery back based on its eneloop technology.

By July 24, 2008


London transit cards cracked and cloned

Researchers clone public transit cards in London to demonstrate vulnerabilities in the Mifare Classic smartcard used for transit and work access systems worldwide.

By June 26, 2008


"Mind the Gap!" with Linux

London gets around using Linux. Shouldn't every public organization use open source, too, for similar reasons?

By May 23, 2008


Nokia to release NFC-enabled 6212

Nokia have announced that its upcoming handset, the 6212, will feature Near Field Communication technology, which will allows users to make connections with other NFC-enabled devices by 'tapping' the devices together.

By April 15, 2008


DirecTV faces setback in dubious antipiracy campaign. Good.

In a victory for programmers and security researchers, DirecTV faces a setback in lawsuit against alleged signal thieves who dared to order smart-card programmers.

By September 12, 2007