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LarryM99
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re: NFC in 93 million handsets in 2011, says IHS
LarryM99   5/19/2011 6:25:33 PM
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The elephant in the room is that security on current credit cards is pretty much broken. That holds true for both mag stripe cards in the US and smartcards in Europe. There is a void in the market for credit payments as a result, which this could fill if they do it right (big 'if'). Larry M.

Silicon_Smith
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re: NFC in 93 million handsets in 2011, says IHS
Silicon_Smith   5/16/2011 3:59:04 PM
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30% of all the cellphones in 2015 to ship with NFC?? Far cry as of now. Somehow, the securtiy concerns which still prevail dont make that sound too likely.



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