How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

For all concerned about RFID:

Some bad news here, Wal-Mart pushing RFID harder.

But, some nice things to point out: "Radio frequency has some limitations. It cannot be read through liquid ... or through metal. If you have nylon conveyor belts it causes RF noise. We don't know what happens when you shrink wrap this stuff," said Kara Romanow, a senior analyst at AMR Research. That's the nice thing about RFID... it's a very low power radio signal. When they start doing RFID based checkout, which is a long term goal, imagine the fun you can have with a modified RC car control.

Also, XBox switches to the PowerPC chip.

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