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The magic of touch
Jul 15, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
July 15, 2004—A recently introduced RFID-based protocol named Near Field Communication, or NFC, continues to make headlines. Heavyweights Philips, Sony, and Nokia have all endorsed NFC, with the latter recently introducing its first NFC product: an RFID reader add-on to the 5140 model cell phone. The prospect of NFC-enabled cell phones greatly expands the consumer-facing possibilities of RFID technology. Spot information, payment, and authentication services could all become commonplace.
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