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8 Takes on RFID

4/10/2007
The uses for radio frequency identification (or RFID) are currently limited by little more than imagination.

The Skinny on Skype

4/10/2007
When it first arrived in 2003, pundits dismissed it as an interesting little technology that might create a modest splash in the consumer space.

The Business Case for Rugged

4/10/2007
The falling costs of consumer-grade devices makes them a tempting entree to mobility. But can their ROI stand up to rugged in the long term?

The Big Push

4/10/2007
What was once RIM's primary competitive offering is now the must-offer functionality for mobile email's major players.

Tools of the Trade

4/10/2007
As RFID technologies evolve so, too, does Sybase's market approach and product offerings

Waking Up to Java

4/10/2007
Something's brewing with Java, and we don't mean the double-roasted variety.
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