Scientists in Australia are tagging thousands of honeybees with tiny RFID tags, to help them learn more about what might be decimating bee colonies in many parts of the world.
An Ohio hospital hopes to battle incidences of MRSA infections by using RFID-enabled badges that forces workers to wash hands.
This isn't your girlfriend's makeup; conductive eyeshadow, fake eyelashes and acrylic nails allow drone activation, turn on an LED light show and might even unlock doors, literally.
Punching the subway turnstile has never been more fruitful.
A New York restaurant plans to open a bar specifically designed to allow patrons to serve themselves wine via RFID smartcards.
Airbus has just taken the wraps off a next generation travel bag that uses your smartphone in concert with an RFID chip to let you put a digital leash on your luggage.
The phrase "I'm gonna go grab a beer" just got a lot more literal.
The practice of implanting microchips in pets has now become law for all dogs in the U.K., a nation that often serves as an indicator for future developments in the U.S.
In a world full of electronics and software, carrying around giant metal keys seems totally archaic. How about replacing them with RFID instead?
Waterloo Labs' latest real life video recreation involves rigging up go-karts with a real working item system to replicate Mario Kart's zany kart racing.