Although NFC has been around for more than a decade, only a limited number of handset make use of the technology. So what is NFC, and how does it work?
Recently Intel demonstrated its new ‘NFC-WISP E-ink Display Tag’ technology, which gets all the power it needs to operate from a simple NFC transfer. How does this work exactly? Read on to find out!
Perhaps the most subtly brilliant Kickstarter idea we’ve seen in a long time, the NFC Ring, has closed out its campaign. The original goal of £30,000 was annihilated, as the final tally was an impressive £241,947.
Microsoft Research has devised a peer to peer acoustic file transfer protocol, which allows devices to send and receive information over the air using sound.
This week’s edition will focus on the technology that was labelled “the next big thing” a few years ago. It’s time to talk NFC.
What I’ve done for this article is made NFC my go-to choice for changing settings, opening apps I use in certain situations, and basically controlling my life. We will obviously need an app, some tags, and a little time to set them up. The process is pretty simple, too: write tag, place tag, scan tag! NFC tags are meant to save you time and effort, so let’s see if they work in doing so.
Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Direct are two of today’s most popular means to share files and data between two mobile devices. The downside to these methods, however, is that they require some setting... up before you can use them.
But, with the help of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, you can skip the setting up part and, in its place, will only need tapping devices against each other. (Fo...
Since its introduction, Near Field Communication (NFC) is better known for wireless payments. Its commercial application has since expanded to the transportation and retail industries in several... places around the world. Some companies use the technology for secure keycards, business cards, and even for employee use in buying pantry food.
NFC technology use in the mobile industry is also fa...
Visa announced a partnership with Samsung at MWC 2013 to include the PayWave NFC wireless payment app on next-gen Samsung handsets, without specifying actual product names like the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3.
Google’s security team has released a report outlining why the password is no longer good enough for the Internet of today, according to a report from Wired.