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hughye
3 days ago

I have NFC capabilities in my phone, but I’ve never had a use for it so it’s always turned off. However, there are some efforts to use NFC in smartphone for...

Tags: mobile payments, NFC |
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stylor
8 weeks ago

My current Android phone is “NFC capable,” but there really isn’t anything that offers guidance on what I can do with that or how to use it. I know that...

Tags: android, NFC, smartphones |
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