NFC is expected to grow exponentially over the next few years. Already popular in Japan, the technology is readying itself for mainstream adoption as companies such as Google and Apple are preparing to bring the technology to the
So you might very well know that the NFC revolution is really ramping up as of late in the Android world. You might also know that Google’s Nexus S handset, out already right this moment, has NFC tag reading capabilities,
Further details on Samsung’s incoming replacement to the Galaxy S, the colloquially named Samsung Galaxy S2, continue to emerge ahead of the smartphone’s expected launch at MWC 2011 next month. According to Korean
Two Korean publications, PlusNews and Etnews are suggesting that LG is planning to release a $200 (USD) mass market phone that’s got built-in NFC (Near Field Communication) capabilities and goes by the name of LG Pecan.
One of the major features of Google’s Android Gingerbread was its inclusion of NFC technology. Google fully expects NFC to be the new way to make purchases and are quickly moving resources into the technology. This time they
Further details on Samsung’s Android smartphone plans for MWC 2011 next month continue to drip out, with a new Korean report confirming screen size and NFC support for the Galaxy S successor. According to Etnews, the
Google’s wireless payment system could launch sometime in 2011, according to two sources supposedly familiar with the search giant’s plans, using NFC functionality integrated into Android devices like the Nexus S.
Samsung has apparently confirmed that it will debut the successor to the best-selling Galaxy S at Mobile World Congress in February 2011. According to Korean news site The Chosun Ilbo, Samsung has officially acknowledged that the
Google’s NFC intentions are gradually being fleshed out, with the news that the company has acquired Canadian start-up Zetawire to their acquisitions portfolio. Zetawire was yet to announce its launch plans, but according
Google has revealed the first stage of its plans to promote NFC, as found in the Nexus S and support for which has been added in Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The search giant will be leveraging its new Hotpot mobile review system