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Purchasing behaviour analysis system wants to know what you like

This marketing analysis tool, under development by Fujitsu, uses technology to sense people’s movement. By analyzing how customers behave in response to merchandise, entirely new kinds of marketing information will be obtainable.[...]
Purchasing behaviour analysis system wants to know what you like

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Panasonic announced RFID Rice cooker controlled by Android devices in Japan

Panasonic announced a new series of rice cooker in Japan with the SR-SX2 which as the company first Android controlled Rice cooker. Thanks to a Felica (RFID) chip placed on top of the cooker you will be able to transmit up to 6 predefi[...]
Panasonic announced RFID Rice cooker controlled by Android devices in Japan
Panasonic announced RFID Rice cooker controlled by Android devices in JapanPanasonic announced RFID Rice cooker controlled by Android devices in Japan

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[Computex 2011] FIC introduces two new semi-rugged tablets

Alongside the Elija and Tycoon+ TVB01, FIC also introduces two new Semi-Rugged tablets for the B2B market with the Android/Windows CE Carpo-TE00R00 Series and with the Windows 7 based Carpo-KE00R00. The First model the Carpo-TE00R00 co[...]
[Computex 2011] FIC introduces two new semi-rugged tablets
[Computex 2011] FIC introduces two new semi-rugged tablets[Computex 2011] FIC introduces two new semi-rugged tablets[Computex 2011] FIC introduces two new semi-rugged tablets[Computex 2011] FIC introduces two new semi-rugged tablets[Computex 2011] FIC introduces two new semi-rugged tablets

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Samsung’s NFC chip Increases wireless connectivity for mobile phones

New near field communications (NFC) chips introduced by Samsung have embedded flash memory, low-power design, and advanced RF sensitivity. Used in smartphones, the chips offer instant peer-to-peer wireless connection via Bluetooth or W[...]
Samsung’s NFC chip Increases wireless connectivity for mobile phones
Samsung’s NFC chip Increases wireless connectivity for mobile phones

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Lots going on at NEC’s C&C User Forum

Yesterday, I got to spend a nice chunk of the afternoon checking out the freshly developed wares of NEC. There was a huge variety on display, so I’ll give a run through of the highlights. The first impressive bit of news, and by far th[...]
Lots going on at NEC’s C&C User Forum
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Sony Offers Modules for Their FeliCa RFID Technology

Mainly used with Japanese mobile phones and transportation cards (like JR Suica), the requirement for RFID solutions are pretty high. In order to please their customers, Sony announced two new modules for their FeliCa line-up, the Feli[...]
Sony Offers Modules for Their FeliCa RFID Technology
Sony Offers Modules for Their FeliCa RFID TechnologySony Offers Modules for Their FeliCa RFID TechnologySony Offers Modules for Their FeliCa RFID TechnologySony Offers Modules for Their FeliCa RFID TechnologySony Offers Modules for Their FeliCa RFID Technology

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The new High Tech helmets presented at the WJ2007

The Tanizawa (Japan) company presented a new generation of helmets (for work) at the Japan Wireless Show 2007, 2 versions where shown; The “A” features a W-CDMA (FOMA) card, built-in telephone, GPS, RFID chip, a camera good[...]
The new High Tech helmets presented at the WJ2007
The new High Tech helmets presented at the WJ2007The new High Tech helmets presented at the WJ2007The new High Tech helmets presented at the WJ2007The new High Tech helmets presented at the WJ2007

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Make you own RFID cards thanks to Brother !

The RL-700S by Brother allows you to make “TAG type” cards (the standard office cards in plastic) including an RFID chip. Now all you need is to set it up all over your house and you’ll finally know who the hell is op[...]
Make you own RFID cards thanks to Brother !

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