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Wireless LAN powers supermarket of the future

1/2/2009 07:00 PM EST
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mike_allan
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mike_allan   1/3/2009 8:49:09 PM
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Why not use OLED's for almost zero power ?

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andric   1/3/2009 7:22:09 AM
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It's an old wine in a new bottle. This articles looks like another publicity stunt for the company. There is neither any innovation in technology or in the market. Another bubble waiting to be pricked.

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