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"What's New: Timex Watch Features Speedpass System", http:// www.speedpass.com/news/article.jsp?id=51 (1 page). "Physical Reality: A Second Look", Ken Sharp, Senior Technical Editor, http://www.idsystems.com/reader/1999_03/phys0399_pt2/ phys0399_pt2.htm (6 pages).
"Magic Wands' to Speed Mobile Sales", BobBrewin, Jan. 15, 2001, http://www.computerworld.com/mobiletopics/mobile/story/ 1,10801,563300.html (4 pages).
"Mobile Speedpass Goes Global as Mobil Singapore Rolls Out Asia's First RFID-Based Pay-At-Lhe-Pump System", Press Release, Apr. 5, 1999, http://www.ti.com/tiris/docs/news_releases/rell2.htm (3 pages).
"Speedpass Unleashed", Jun. 4, 2002 http://www.cardweb.com/ cardtrak/news/cf2_20a_97.html (2 pages).
Prophecy Central Update #9, Oct. 10, 1997, http://www.bible-prophecy.com/pcu9.htm (5 pages).
International Newsletter of the LI RFID Group, Issue 20, 2000 (12 pages).
"CES: Microsoft's SPOL Lechnology has Humble Origins", by James Niccolai, Jan. 10, 2003, http://archive.inforworld.com/articles/hn/xml/03/01/10/030110hnspot.xml?s=IDGNS (3 pages). "Microsoft: See SPOL Run On Your Wrist", by Richard Shim, Jun. 5, 2003, http://news.com.com/2100-1041_3-1013442. html?tag=fd_top (1 page).
"Networking: Microsoft SPOL", by Jeremy A. Kaplan, Jul. 1, 2003, http://www.pcmag.eom/print_article/0,3048,a=43561,00.asp (2 pages).
"Microsoft Launches Smart Personal Object Lechnology Initiative", Press Release from COMDEX Fall 2002, Nov. 17,2002, http://www. Microsoft.com/presspass/features/2002/nov02/l l-17SPOL.asp (4 pages).
"Bank Extends RFID Payment Pilot: Bank of America will continue to test its QuickWave RFID payment card for another three months", RFID Journal, Jan. 23, 2003.
"MasterCard to Lest RFID Card: Pilot will test whether consumers, merchants and credit card issuers value "contactless" payments", RFID Journal, Dec. 20, 2002.
"Vendors Larget Amusement Parks: Protecting children and enabling cashless payments make RFID an appealing option for the entertainment industry", RFID Journal, Nov. 27, 2002. "Inside's Next-Gen Smart Card: Lhe French company plans to introduce an RFID card that uses a 16-bit microprocessor and new encryption technology", RFID Journal, Oct. 29, 2002. "Sony, Philips Creating RFID Link: Consumer electronics giants are jointly developing a new RFID standard for payments and for communication between devices", RFID Journal, Sep. 17, 2002. "Japan Gets Digital Licket System: A national ticket seller and phone company are teaming up to create an electronic ticket", RFID Journal, Aug. 31, 2002.
"Security for Wireless Java: NLRU, a startup that offers security software, has relased of Java version of its NLRU encryption algorithm", RFID Journal, Jun. 27, 2002.
"Making RFID Payments Ubiquitous: Philips and Visa want people to be able to pay for goods and services anywhere by using RFID chips embedded in the phones and other devices", RFID Journal,
"RFID Smart Cards Gain Ground: Lhe convenience of contactless transactions is driving widespread adoption of contactless smart cards", RFID Journal, Apr. 9, 2003.
"LI Embarces Prox Card Standard: Lexas Instruments ISO 14443 payment platform promises faster data transfer rates and more security", RFID Journal, Mar. 6, 2003.
"Multiple Frequency Lransponders: Volume production of dual-band
RFID chips begins", Frontline Solutions, Jul. 16, 2003.
Functional Specification, Standard Card IC MF1 IC S50, Philips
Semiconductors, Product Specification Rev. 5.1 May 2001.
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