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Tag writing app targets NFC-enabled Android smartphones and tablets

3/27/2011 08:35 PM EDT
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charlsbabage
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charlsbabage   4/1/2011 6:04:05 AM
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selinz   3/31/2011 6:03:07 PM
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This is essentially taking up the same application space as the square barcodes which you find on many Japanese restaurants.

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LarryM99   3/28/2011 10:41:58 PM
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I can also see applications from the darker side. Tags could be created to point to malware-infested sites. I wonder if the company is taking that into account, or if the Google NFC API has the proper lack of trust built into it. I haven't worked with it myself. Can anyone who has comment on this? Larry M.

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