NFC technology could help bring in a new generation of mobile communication

NFC Technology Business Cards

NFC technology may help change communication Technology has become a highly integrated part of society around the world, and this integration has been accelerated by the advent of mobile devices. In the past, technology was either restricted to a desk in the form of a stationary computer or in a person’s hands in the form of a smartphone or tablet. Wearable technology, however, is becoming more prominent, especially as NFC technology and augmented reality continue to attract attention. NFC-enabled tattoos coming from Motorola Motorola has applied for a new patent…

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U.S. companies turn to Tagstand for NFC deployment

Mobile-marketing-us

NFC marketing may need a kick start in the U.S. NFC is a big part of mobile marketing today. The technology has become a favorite of advertisers looking to reach out to consumers who are tethered to mobile technology. As a marketing tool, NFC has become quite popular in the European and Asian markets. This popularity is driven by a rampant interest in mobile technology and interactivity in these parts of the world. In the U.S., however, NFC marketing is somewhat staler. This is leading some businesses to turn to…

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Nokia unveils the NFC technology based Lumia 610

Nokia Lumia NFC Gadgets

With a magic swipe of your NFC phone! This week, Nokia unveiled its new Lumia 610 smart phone. The Lumia is the latest mobile device for the Microsoft Windows Phone platform. The Lumia will also be the first Windows Phone to include NFC technology. Nokia has developed the 610 with mobile commerce in mind, spurred largely by the number of other telecommunications companies introducing their own NFC-enabled smart phones to the market. Despite the tenacity of the competition, Nokia has been able to establish itself as one of the leaders…

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Nokia and Sony show off their new NFC-enabled smart phones at the Consumer Electronics Show

New NFC Phones

There can be no doubt that the smart phone market is growing at a rapid rate. It is becoming increasingly clear, however, that smart phones that are not capable of interacting with NFC technology simply will not perform in the changing market. NFC technology is having a major impact on the world of mobility, so much so that makers of smart phones are making efforts to incorporate the technology into their designs. Nokia and Sony have come to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, to show off their…

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Mobile trends to expect for next year

Mobile commerce and the future

Though there’s little doubt that Facebook will continue its dominance over the social media realm in 2012, what many are wondering is the direction that mobile digital trends will be taking next year. Facebook does still have a large change that has started rolling out to its users beginning in early December, and it has been seeing mixed reviews. Many experts are wondering if the new Timeline will be one change too many and if its users will start to have a peek at Google+ to see if they might…

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Nokia adopts augmented reality for new navigation app

Nokia Headquaters

Nokia has begun upgrading its location-based services to better incorporate augmented reality technology. The telecommunications company has plans to synchronize these services with its latest augmented reality application that will come pre-equipped on new Nokia smart phones. Nokia has taken a greater interest in new mobile technologies, such as NFC technology, in order to enhance their services to customers. With augmented reality becoming more popular in the mobile industry, the adoption of the technology seemed inevitable. The company is currently collecting geographic information from 196 countries around the world. Some…

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San Francisco first in line to try NFC phones

San Francisco NFC Phones

  More than 70 thousand San Francisco residents may be among the first to get to use the new interactive Near Field Communications (NFC) technology. Over the next six months RMG Networks will implement the new program called mTag.  The development was a joint venture between RMG Networks and Blue Bite. Reach Media Group (RMG Networks) is headquartered in San Francisco, California. RMG Networks is a place-based media company that provides news, video entertainment and information, along with away from home solutions for advertising. RMG’s digital out of home (DOOH)…

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