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'Smart shelf' test triggers fresh criticism November 15, 2003 Wal-Mart Stores and Procter & Gamble quietly tested a controversial new smart-chip-based retail technology earlier this year, representatives of both companies confirm.
Wireless speakers: Sound at last? October 22, 2007 Early attempts have been marred by high cost and low performance. Now, Avnera thinks it has the answer.Photos: Cutting the speaker cord
RFID passports take off October 26, 2006 Despite security and privacy concerns, all but three of the countries required by the U.S. to issue passports with radio tags are doing so.
Dell embraces Google May 25, 2006 Deal between the search giant and the PC maker gets Google into new territory. It's a strike against Google rival Microsoft.
Has iPod's hit parade stalled? August 23, 2006 Apple hasn't significantly updated music player this year; rivals have added capacity and more. Photos: Going up against iPod
Why Wi-Fi has to change--or else July 12, 2007 Ruckus Wireless CEO Selina Lo says Wi-Fi isn't up to the task of supporting the new apps and handheld devices entering the market.
Blown away by the Very Large Array August 1, 2007 On the Plains of San Agustin, 27 huge dish antennas make up the world's largest radio telescope.Photos: Astronomy central
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