Radio Frequency IDs NPR's Larry Abramson reports on radio frequency ID, or RFID. The new technology will help retailers and manufacturers keep track of their goods. Some consumers, however, don't like having a traceable microchip attached to everything they buy.
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NPR's Larry Abramson reports on radio frequency ID, or RFID. The new technology will help retailers and manufacturers keep track of their goods. Some consumers, however, don't like having a traceable microchip attached to everything they buy.