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Static over RFID September 13, 2004 A key patent holder wants royalties. If that starts a trend, adoption of the wireless tagging technology could suffer.
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.
A peek into Fujitsu's future March 19, 2007 Colored e-paper, waterproof RFID tags and vein-pattern readers are among the products touted at company's tech forum.Photos: Fujitsu peers into the future
'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.
Sensors: Living off scraps of energy May 24, 2006 In the future, your shoes may be able to charge your camera and RFID chips could tell when you leave the room. Images: Energy-saving sensors
Keeping tabs on citizens April 20, 2006 As the U.K. government looks to set up a national registry of adults, some in the U.S. are warning of the dangers of a national ID system.
Security in focus at Black Hat March 2, 2007 Computer security pros descend on Washington, D.C., confab to talk risks, hacks and digital self-defense.
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