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In 2004 the company signed an agreement with the Department of Economic Development where all trade licences had to bear a smart tag.
North-East firms will be able to use the facility to develop products used in flexible TV and computer screens, solar panels and electronic smart tags.
The idea seemed innocuous enough, but people were outraged when they realised that Microsoft was in charge of how the Smart Tags worked.
A simple smart tag on a carton of milk could display a use-by-date that would be unique to that pint of milk.
With these Smart Tags, users can quickly and easily locate residential and business contact information and insert it right into their working documents.
The smart tags lead to improved quality and customer service and are capable of reducing manufacturers' working capital from 2% to 8% by reducing the level of raw materials inventory in production, said Accenture.
A Cambridge-based company has invented infra-red smart tags that beam website links to mobile phones.
If you've upgraded to Microsoft's latest office suite, XP, chances are you've seen the icons, called Smart Tags, popping up uninvited in your documents and spreadsheets.
The software solution also supports Microsoft Office XP Smart Tags.
Improvements have been made in Excel, too, including support of XML (eXtensible Markup Language) and smart tags, which assign actions to particular data types.
In addition to being Office-intuitive through the inclusion of Office XP smart tags and a new streamlined Office-like interface, FrontPage 2002 incorporates SharePoint Team Services technology to better assist teams in Web-site collaboration and information exchange.
These smart tags require the commercial availability of devices that have rewritable memory, are low-cost, and can be combined with other printed electronic components such as temperature sensors, displays, power sources, and antennas.

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