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NXP sees demand for NFC, lighting ICs

11/2/2010 04:39 PM EDT
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Baolt
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Baolt   11/24/2010 9:18:24 PM
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why not, its already working well in Japan. NFC based payment for public transportation is widely used, why not implementing it to mobile sets. However i dont think apple would accept such solution where they wont be in control of origin. Dealing with banks, offices etc. not apple style

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vivekv80   11/18/2010 6:31:45 PM
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so next gen android devices and iPhones will have NXP chips to enable NFC for credit card payments?

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eewiz   11/7/2010 1:46:18 PM
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Well the next iPhone is said to have NFC built-in for wireless syncing with notebook and micropayments. If this is true all other smartphone manufacturers will follow. So it entirely depends on Apple whether next year NFC market will open up.

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