Monday, January 10, 2005

Roland's Sunday Smart Trends #40: "

Here is my weekly selection of articles that were not commented here -- except if I missed them. Due to a lack of time, you'll find below only the links to the articles and their authors. Who knows? You might prefer this shorter weekly news roundup.





Airport Biometrics Preparing To Take Flight In France

Source: Larry Greenemeier, InformationWeek, December 29, 2004





The Shadow Internet

Source: Jeff Howe, Wired Magazine, Issue 13.01, January 2005





Triple RFID Protection for Cars

Source: Claire Swedberg, RFID Journal, January 3, 2005





German GPS truck toll system finally launches

Source: John Blau, IDG News Service, January 3, 2005





Indian State Wants to Move Internet Data 5,000 Times Faster

Source: Omer Farooq, Associated Press, January 3, 2005





New passports are wireless networked

Source: Nick Farrell, The Inquirer, January 4, 2005





Motorola to build cell phones into ski jackets

Source: Deborah Cohen, Reuters, January 4, 2005





Wi-Fi Access to Be Offered in Cars

Source: Don Clark, The Wall Street Journal, January 5, 2005 (Paid registration needed, or run to your library)





Intel: Home sensors could monitor seniors, aid diagnosis

Source: Tom Krazit, IDG News Service, January 7, 2005



See you next week...

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(Via Smart Mobs.)

Roland's Sunday Smart Trends #40

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