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Hewlett-Packard is touting its new Memory Spot technology as a potential successor to radio frequency identification tools that are just beginning to secure a foothold in supply chains
RFID manufacturers probably shouldn't start worrying about being replaced for a few more years, but the HP move speaks volumes about the frenetic pace and unpredictable nature of high technology research and development.
Memory Spot is a chip and integrated antenna about the size of an apple seed that carried up to 256 kilobits of rewriteable information during a demonstration at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories this month. Most RFID chips and antennae are orders of …