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New app uses NFC to scan TeSys GV4 circuit breakers

Schneider Electric has released a TeSys GV4 multifunction mobile app that connects to its new TeSys GV4 motor circuit breaker to provide basic and advanced protection settings configuration, using Near Field Communication (NFC) interface. “The state-of-the-art technology of the GV4...

Sony unveils host of new 4k products

At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2013 in Las Vegas Sony unveiled an expansive line-up of new products and technologies that span the entire consumer entertainment experience – in or out of the home. Sony's newest devices cover a range of consumer focused...

Near-Field Communication: Fad or phase?

In recent months, NFC (Near-Field Communication) has become a bit of a buzzword. NFC allows compatible devices, brought in close proximity to one another, to exchange data such as contacts, media files and other information. It is most commonly...

Absa starts NFC trials for retail

Absa has become the first bank in South Africa to roll out their NFC (near-field communication) trials for mobile phones. The trail will initially start with just 500 users, and should get underway in the middle of December. “Absa is...

RIM pilots NFC in Spain

Research In Motion and Spain’s Telefónica Digital have entered into a pilot program for the Telefónica Wallet, exclusively for BlackBerry smartphones. The wallet works in collaboration with local banks and retailers, and will be rolled out to 350 employees who...

Blackberry NFC certified by MasterCard

Research In Motion has announced the BlackBerry Bold 9900 and BlackBerry Curve 9360 smartphones are the first SIM-based NFC smartphones to be certified by MasterCard Worldwide as PayPass-approved devices. The certification was granted on the basis of the BlackBerry smartphones...
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Video streaming is the next big thing in the entertainment business. More consumers are developing a preference for streaming...
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