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Like the Rolly, it's hard to say exactly why having an RFID-enabled Nano:ztag in your life will make sleeping, eating and breathing each day any easier. In fact, the jury's still out on whether these things are simply novel or primed to take over where the Tamagotchi left off. Starting now, Violet

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Adding to an exclusive -- but growing -- list of things that were just as well off before running headlong into RFID technology, the next issue of France's Amusement Magazine is billing itself as the \"first ever connected to the Internet!\" The PR we received for this bad boy asks some questions: \"W

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While we'll always know Violet for its iconic bunnies, the company is branching out into a more direct RFID application. The Mirror RFID reader is a USB-pluggable little platter that can read RFID tags and launch an assigned action on the computer when it spots a tag it knows. Examples we saw inclu

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For airlines and cargo handling companies, the inability to know precisely where a specific item was located on a belt could (understandably) prove to be quite the limitation. Thankfully, the gurus at Alien Technology are aiming to add more functionality to a few of its readers in order to nix said

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Nothing too fancy here, but Samsung has reportedly developed a new single-chip RFID reader destined to hit mobile devices and cellphones in particular. Interestingly, Sammy didn't specific what it expected the chips to be used for, but we'll go ahead and assume the standard fare until informed other

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