The essence of RFID (radio frequency identification) technology may be invisible, but that won't stop all eyes in the supermarket industry from turning toward Dallas next month. That is where Wal-Mart will fire the first shots in the RFID "revolution," which has made RFID one of the most talked-about technologies in many years. The retailing giant will start testing the technology to track inventory at a Dallas-area distribution center, with pallets and crates of goods from several ...

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