Work to improve robot vision is ongoing -- but robots don't necessarily need to rely solely on their eyes.
This prototype suitcase from aeroplane manufacturer Airbus wants to put an end to lost luggage with built-in RFID and iPhone connectivity.
New Burberry clothing at London Fashion Week features RFID tags that zap your phone with DVD extras for clothes.
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Universal credit card Coin hasn't even arrived yet, and already a challenger touting superior features has arrived on the scene.
San Antonio schools have become very enthusiastic about RFID tagging students. One student reportedly claims to have been told "No tag. No vote for homecoming king and queen."
Royal Caribbean says it's hitting the high seas with "the world's first smart ship" this November. Expect high-tech toys aplenty.
If sorting your socks out is too challenging, these NFC socks can do it for you. Via an RFID reader. And your iPhone. And the Internet.
A conceptual collection of gold and biopolymer jewellery consists of three pieces, each of which pierces the skin: E-pulse Conductor, Blood Bridge, and Blinker.
Store and dispense baking ingredients with a kitchen gadget that takes the hassle out of converting weights and measures.