RFID IN AQUACULTURE: Chips in trays allow seafood to be traced
Shrimp will soon be able to tell consumers their place of origin and how well they were fed at the shrimp farm. With radio frequency identification (RFID) technology and food-traceability software, those who love to eat the marine creatures can be assured of their safety.
Intel chief confident about a digital future
If Thailand continues with the adoption of digital technology, it can not only reap the economic and social benefits of becoming a land of digital cities, but also be able to claim a leadership role in a digital Asean, said Anand Chandrasekher, Intel Corpís vice-president for sales and marketing worldwide.
Cell phones and projectors to lead growth
BenQ Asia Pacific expects to grow by up to 140 per cent in 2005, focusing on mobile phones and projectors.
The Fuji Xerox C525 A is a low-priced, compact A4 laser printer with colour print speeds of up to five pages per minute. It can print colour/black and white documents at speeds of up to 25ppm.
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