The embattled RFID has received a nod from the Department of Homeland Security. In a recent address to a smart card conference, DHS Director Jim Williams predicted that the little tracking chips would be embedded in many government-issued travel documents by 2008. Williams further said that the chips could be scanned by dedicated reading devices […]
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Sometimes you want a conventional clamshell with a normal opening mechanism. Othertimes you thirst for a landscape display. The Fujitsu F903iX HIGH-SPEED cell phone gives you both. It may have somewhat of a funky techie look to it while closed and it remains fairly conventional when you open it the normal way, but you’ll also […]
Is it absolutely necessary for marketers to know how quickly and to exactly what degree each portion of your brain responds to their campaigns? NeuroFocus seems to think so.