Intel has announced a £20 million project to create the China Internet of Things Joint Labs.
The Technology Strategy Board has announced investment in the Internet of Things via 10 UK companies.
A Manchester Oxfam store has launched a pilot scheme which uses RFID tags to track items' stories.
Fujitsu has launched a new, rugged RFID tag which is flexible, can withstand up to two atmospheres of pressure, and work even in temperatures of up to 120° Celsius.
Violet, the company behind the Nabaztag Wifi rabbit, has launched an RFID reader and sticker set that allows your PC to detect tagged objects and react accordingly.
A camera previously belonging to the Intelligence Services and containing top secret photographs and documentation regarding MI6 field agents was sold on eBay.
Comments by Adam Savage at a conference tell the tale of a planned RFID-busting episode which was cancelled following legal leanings from credit card companies.
The government sponsored report into issues surrounding computer games will recommend a film-style rating system.
Hacker Adam Laurie has demonstrated a contactless attack on an RFID-equipped American Express card at the Black Hat DC conference.
The UK Government has decided to fork out £372 Million on an action plan to reduce obesity in children through computer games.
A British teenage girl has been imprisoned for a fatal accident caused by sending a text message.
Despite having some of the strictest regulations already in place over game content, the German government plans to introduce a law that will make it illegal for games players and developers to run violent games. The punishment? A year in jail.
Direct Deposit, SmartChip, RFID, EFT...doesn't anyone just carry cash anymore? We take a look at the current and future technology of money and some of the history that got us here.
It appears your DVDs might come with a new layer of protection - the MPAA wants RFID chips to track original DVDs.
A German security expert has already beaten the RFID tags in EU/US passports, and kindly explains how.
The Government is trialling 'Active' RFID enabled numberplates. The US is looking on with interest...