Infineon also sells the same chips to Samsung and Nokia. As one of the parents wrote, Apple may be their highest profile customer, but it certainly isn't their biggest.
Florian Schiessl, deputy head of Munich's LiMux project for migrating the city's public administration to Linux, has, for the first time, explained why migrating the city's computing landscape to open source software has taken longer than originally planned.
Imagine going to Walmart, and your shopping buggy automatically tells the clerk how much money you owe! Well, that might be a ways off, but it's possible.
German retail giant Metro Group have been testing RFID checkouts since 2006 in their "Future Store".
Last I heard, they were waiting for RFID tags to get cheaper, so you could put them even on low-cost food items.
Computers are useless. They can only give you answers. -- Pablo Picasso