Microsoft Tags Mobile RFID

Medford, Cassimir
April 2008
Red Herring;4/17/2008, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plans for a technology launched by software company Microsoft that moves data to and from handheld radio frequency identification devices and helps develop applications that make use of that data. According to the article, the launch of Microsoft's increased involvement in the market could be good news for radio frequency identification (RFID), a technology that has been plagued by high component and setup costs and low adoption rates among smaller businesses.


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