RFID reality check

RFID reality check

The first retail item ever barcoded was a pack of Wrigley gum back in 1974, but the Chicago-based manufacturer is...

June 26th, 2005 Neal Weinberg

Systems administrator with Menlo Park, Calif.-based Internet company.

Systems administrator with Menlo Park, Calif.-based Internet company.

Dennis Clarke once collected cars, but gave it all up for open-source Solaris. A year ago, he took US$13,000 in...

January 24th, 2005 Robert McMillan

Microsoft, IBM, Philips to back RFID tracking technology

Microsoft, IBM, Philips to back RFID tracking technology

Radio frequency identification (RFID) tagging technology continues to gain in inventory tracking uses, as Monday Microsoft Corp., IBM Corp. and...

January 26th, 2004 Laura Rohde

National broadband committee announced

National broadband committee announced

The creation of a national broadband committee builds on the federal government's promise to extend high-speed broadband access to remote...

December 17th, 2002 Ryan B. Patrick

Company giving students freedom to RoamAbout

Company giving students freedom to RoamAbout

Simon Fraser University and Enterasys Networks are making sure students have no excuse for not having their homework done.Rochester, N.H.-based...

November 15th, 2001 Julie Clow

Company giving students freedom to RoamAbout

Company giving students freedom to RoamAbout

Simon Fraser University and Enterasys Networks are making sure students have no excuse for not having their homework done.Rochester, N.H.-based...

November 15th, 2001 Julie Clow

Hosted apps market could pressure Microsoft pricing

Hosted apps market could pressure Microsoft pricing

Microsoft Corp. may appear poised to storm the applications hosting market, but the company actually has quite a few issues...

October 7th, 1999 John Fontana