Wireless technology may soon reach well beyond the in-store supermarket operations directly into consumers' pockets, dashboards, personal digital assistants, offices and households with the newest platform, 802.11a megahertz, about to be introduced possibly later this year. Applications have already extended far beyond portable point-of-sale and handheld devices for price verification and scanning within supermarkets. Besides supporting in-store operations like electronic shelf labels, ...

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