November 19, 2004

Marks & Spencer RFID tags - Marble Arch store, London, November 2004

Some impressions and photos of the second Marks & Spencer 'Intelligent Label' item level RFID tag trial: Oxford street, London, November 2004!

Future predictions

Espen Andersen of the espen.com weblog writes about technologies to look out for the next ten years: RFID will be implemented anywhere the privacy advocates can't see it. [...]
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November 18, 2004

Ubicomp Ethical Guidelines

Adam Greenfield of the Boxes and Arrows weblog writes: All watched over by machines of loving grace: Some ethical guidelines for user experience in ubiquitous-computing settings [...]
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November 16, 2004

Is that ViagraŽ in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?

One obvious way of circumventing the 'is that Viagra(R) in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?' problem would be to transfer the medication after purchase into a non-tagged bottle, and to discard the empty 'bugged' container in the pharmacy's trashcan. However, [...]

RFID ROI Forum

The 3rd Annual Global RFID ROI Summit takes place on the 25th & 26th January in London.
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November 15, 2004

Intelligent objects versus unhappy objects

Bill Grosso: ''I don't really care much for Wal-mart's inventory problems. RFID could solve my inventory problems.''

November 02, 2004

BEA enables Service Oriented Architecture for RFID

BEA systems is releasing a solutions framework that can help WebLogic Platform users build service-oriented architectures (SOAs) for tackling common enterprise pain points, including customer service, employee service, service delivery platforms, trade processing and RFID.