Recent ABI Research Report Highlights NFC User Experience And Use in Nine Countries Wakefield, MA October 28 , 2020—A global ABI Research study found 45% of consumers in nine countries use contactless payment with more than two-thirds [...]
Award-Winning Blockchain, Mobile Credentials, IoT and NFC Tools Solutions Recognized and Honored at NFC Forum Award Ceremony WAKEFIELD, Mass., USA – September 30, 2020 – The NFC Forum revealed its [...]
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NFC is a technology that most current smartphones have. It lets you transfer small amounts of data between two devices by simply tapping them together. You’ve no doubt heard of NFC when it comes to things like tap-to-pay solutions such as Google Pay, Samsung Pay, or Apple Pay.
Transact wins best-in-market NFC innovation award from NFC forum
October 1, 2020Mobile Payments Today
Transact Campus Inc. has won the 2020 NFC forum innovation award for the best-in-market NFC implementation. The NFC forum is the global standards-body for Near Field Communication technology and its Innovation awards recognize the development, deployment and use of state-of-the-art NFC products, services and applications worldwide.
The NFC Forum revealed its Innovation Award Winners during a special NFC Forum 2020 Online Innovation Awards Ceremony that just concluded today. The Near Field Communication (NFC) grand prize award winning innovative solutions ranged from blockchain, industrial Internet-of-Things to mobile credentials and NFC tools with one company winning in two separate categories. The NFC Forum Innovation Awards support and recognize the development and deployment of innovative and exemplary NFC products, services and applications by innovators from around the world.
A report today from China suggests that Apple is preparing to reveal their Apple AirTag device. This is a device that works with wireless sensor technology to act as a “loss prevention tag” of sorts. Much like the many, many similar sorts of tags we’ve used and reviewed over the past decade, Apple’s AirTag will likely work with NFC, Bluetooth, and/or Wi-fi connectivity.