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posted in July 2005
The U.S. International Trade Commission launched an investigation charging Symbol violated U.S. trade practices by importing handhelds, components, and communications cradles that infringed on patents held by Intermec Technologies.
The funding bring Alien's total capital investment to $200 million.
RFID Interchange integrates data collected from RFID devices into business processes.
The standards are designed to help theater projector and equipment manufacturers create compatible digital cinema devices in the United States.
RFID deployment budgets are small, but more than two-thirds of respondents to an AMR Research survey said they plan to evaluate, pilot, or implement RFID this year.
U.S. cows have been invited back to graze in southern Canada. But they must be tagged with radio-frequency identification chips that identify place of birth.
Datamax says it will use the readers as a component for its I-Class RFID printers, a family of combined bar-code printers and smart-label encoders.
VeriChip's "Hugs" Infant Protection System sounded an alarm when the parents of an infant attempted to remove their baby without authorization from a hospital's nursery.
The supply-chain vendor will start trading on Nasdaq again starting July 21, following several years of financial and SEC troubles.
Sleepwear is designed to protect children from abductors
A high-definition DVD release of the sci-fi saga might not be in a time far, far away.
Lauren Scott of California will launch a line of kid's pajamas sewn with RFID tags. Readers placed in a house will be able to scan the tags within a 30-foot radius and trigger an alarm if boundaries are breached.
Book distributor turns to Microsoft's Navision software to help it improve business processes and spur growth.
One of the biggest challenges Hollywood faces with Internet film distribution is piracy. The new venture, ClickStar, plans to use digital-rights management software to monitor downloads.
The latest deal fits with industry speculation that Oracle will continue to buy smaller software vendors, particularly those in the retail space, as it tries to take market share from SAP.
LucasFilm, owned by George Lucas, has built a $350 million, 23-acre digital campus that will serve as a development epicenter for movies, special effects, and digital gaming using state-of-the-art software and technology.