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Near-field communications allow electronic devices to communicate wirelessly at a very short range.
Near-field communication lets users redeem coupons and pay using their cell phone.
It uses the near-field communication to establish a Wi-Fi Direct connection between two devices for the data transfer.
The N9 also features an 8mp camera, near-field communication technology and up to 64gb of storage as well as Nokia's standard turn-by-turn navigation software.
NFC (Near-field communication technology)
The Nexus S includes Near-Field Communications capability, which could be useful if we ever get mobile payments worked out properly in this country.
GoPago's mobile payments platform is cloud-based, which allows transactions processing without near-field communications or QR-code technologies.
As with proximity card technology, near-field communication uses magnetic induction between two loop antennas located within each other's near field, effectively forming an air-core transformer.
And HP says there's built-in near-field communications support, so the Spectre will be able to sync with NFC-equipped phones.
Late this afternoon I saw an announcement that Google might be preparing to launch a mobile payment service that uses near-field communications (NFC).
It's anticipated that mobile carriers will be making it easier for drivers to use near-field communications (NFC) technology enabled mobile phones to pay for parking.
This technology can be used to make ultra-secure functions such as smart cards, identity cards, SIM cards, and near-field communications (NFC) tamper-proof.
The handset showcases some of the new hardware features of Android 2.3, such as support for near-field communication (NFC), which can be used for close-range contactless data exchange.
Near-field communication (NFC) on both mobile phones and in cards allows quick payments for smaller purchases by using a radio signal that activates when the chip is placed near a reader.
Toro Development Ltd. (Toro Ltd. or Toro) was founded in March 2007 to address the very promising market of Near-field communication (NFC) services.
In general, the purpose of antennas is to communicate wirelessly for long distances using far-fields, and this is their main region of operation (however, certain antennas specialized for near-field communication do exist).
MasterCard is testing mobile payment in New York with Nokia phones that can be used to shop at stores like CVS and McDonald's, using a radio technology called near-field communication.
The package will include the ability to display 1080p video with Flash-based apps on iOS devices with H.264 hardware decoding, as well as APIs for using accelerometers and near-field communications chips.
Sophos said other targets for cybercriminals in 2012 would include the use of near-field communication (NFC), which allowed users to wave a mobile phone at a NFC-enabled reader in order to make small purchases.
Adobe AIR 3 has a new API so that you can write native code that will communicate with your AIR app and Adobe gives near-field communication chips as an example of this.
Three key improvements that have been hinted at in the last couple of months include a next-generation mobile processor, a move to dual-mode GSM/CDMA baseband processors from Qualcomm, and the addition of near-field communication hardware.
If you're the type who never leaves home without your cell phone, you'll automatically have a credit card or debit card with you wherever you go thanks to an improvement on standard RFID technology called near-field communication, or NFC.
Among the Galaxy Nexus's new feature are face recognition, allowing users to unlock their phones simply by looking at the phone's front camera, a redesigned interface, an improved keyboard and a new application using Near-Field Communications (NFC) that lets two Android handsets share content directly.