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Change-room mirror likes what you’re wearing
NEC Australia has developed an innovative 'magic mirror' prototype that can display information relating to garments as people try them on in-store.
Oct 25 2008 1:04PM
Company claims to have made unclonable RFID chips
Silicon Valley start-up Verayo is claiming to have produced a system that provides unclonable RFID chips..
Sep 9 2008 3:15PM
RFID leakage is hushed up - claim
Most RFID products – like passports and Oyster cards – leak data like sieves says Brit firm, Peratech.
Sep 5 2008 10:07AM
PHOTO GALLERY: Inside the Microsoft Tech Ed RFID boiler room
Microsoft Tech Ed delegates are most likely IT professionals who like dance music, Facebook, Crysis, and have never attended the event before.
Sep 3 2008 1:52PM
Silverlight animations back Microsoft RFID network
Microsoft is developing cutting-edge motion design visuals in Silverlight for its RFID network at Tech Ed 2008 in Sydney.
Aug 19 2008 12:54PM
Microsoft tracks people with RFID tags
Breeze Consulting is creating one of the largest non-traditional RFID networks assembled in Australia to track certain people movements at Microsoft Tech Ed in Sydney.
Aug 19 2008 12:10PM
Intel sells off RFID chip biz
Intel has sold an RFID reader business it developed to fellow vendor Impinj. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Jul 14 2008 9:14AM
RFID sector to be worth US$9.7 billion by 2013
New forecasts predict that the total global RFID market will turnover approximately US$9.7 billion by 2013..
May 22 2008 7:45AM
RFID testbed could lower manufacture costs
U.S. researchers have designed a radio frequency identification (RFID) testbed for the rapid evaluation of new RFID tag prototypes.
May 8 2008 12:22PM
Infosecurity: RFID hacks defeat new UK passport security
Researchers today demonstrated new hacking tools that allow easy and fast cloning of RFID chips, including those used in new UK biometric passports
Apr 23 2008 3:38PM
Microsoft releases BizTalk RFID Mobile
Microsoft has unveiled its BizTalk RFID Mobile platform designed to enable delivery of information from mobile devices to core business processes..
Apr 18 2008 1:19PM
Hackers claim RFID smart-card hack, but chip vendor disagrees
A semiconductor company on Tuesday disputed claims by a hacker that he can access the firm's radio-frequency identification (RFID) chips to jeopardise the security of billions of credit card users.
Mar 6 2008 10:42AM
Global RFID spending to explode
Global revenues for radio frequency identification (RFID) products will grow by almost a third this year to reach US$1.2 illiobn..
Feb 28 2008 7:20AM
UK considers RFID tags for prisoners
The UK government is considering implanting prisoners with RFID tags containing data on identity, address and criminal record..
Jan 15 2008 7:28AM
RFID market to reach US$8 billion in 2012
Worldwide radio frequency ID markets are expected to reach US$8.4 billion in 2012 from a base of US$3.8 billion in 2007, experts predict..
Nov 20 2007 7:12AM
RFID chips may cause cancer
RFID chips, which are currently being implanted in humans in some US states, have been shown to cause cancer in laboratory animals, according to reports in Associated Press.
Sep 13 2007 10:55AM
US state bans forced RFID tagging of humans
The California state Senate has approved legislation to bar employers from forcing workers to have RFID chips implanted under their skin.
Sep 5 2007 3:01PM
European Union expecting RFID bonanza
Market to reach US$182m by 2013, but data management issues remain.
May 30 2007 12:15PM
Exam papers get RFID tags
Technology will now be used to stop students cheating on exam papers.
May 16 2007 2:53PM
RFID system claims to prevent DVD theft
Locked discs will be unplayable until activated at the point of sale.
May 14 2007 12:26PM
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