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.
New Burberry clothing at London Fashion Week features RFID tags that zap your phone with DVD extras for clothes.
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."
Prototype NutriSmart system uses edible RFID tags to track food from production to the plate. You might not want to know what that Twinkie is trying to tell you, but it's for your own good.
A San Antonio district is so concerned that it can't keep tabs of its kids that it has decided to insert RFID tags into their IDs. This will, apparently, save money, as well as help the counting process.
A men's clothing retailer in Tokyo trots out smart hangers that trigger ads when you browse for duds.
Near field communication system for your car lets you breeze in and out of parking lots. Just don't forget to make your monthly payments.
There's a lot of tech out there to help you create music, but RFID tags is a new one. See how two NYU students are using the wireless tech to make beats.
Here at Crave, we're huge fans of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, so it's no wonder we got excited when Firebox handed us the tikitag system