NFC, or near field communication, is a term that's often associated with mobile payments and mobile wallet applications this year, especially with new launches like Google Wallet and Visa's digital wallet service underway. But NFC as a technology has more use cases than that.
One new example, which just debuted this week, is a chip that makes your car keys the jumping off point to access driver-friendly mobile apps.
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Google and Sprint have partnered to release a new mobile payment system that uses Near Field Communication or NFC. Bloomberg reports that the service will be launched on May 26th and will be available on phones from Sprint. We will ... Read Post