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    JAL adds carriers and coupons to NFC boarding pass service

    May 7th, 2013

    Japan Airlines (JAL) has added coupons and special offers to its NFC-enabled boarding pass service and announced plans to extend operations to include customers of all three of Japan’s mobile network operators. KDDI customers have… More

    AMS launches Active Boost AFE chip that can add NFC to standard mobile phones

    March 7th, 2013

    “Active Boost technology from AMS changes the game because it enables NFC to become a ‘plug and play’ function for any device with a microSD, SD or SIM card slot,” says AMS’ Mark Dickson. More

    FeliCa Networks signs deal with Samsung for Japan’s move to NFC

    February 24th, 2012

    The joint venture between Sony and carrier NTT Docomo, which runs Japan’s Osaifu-Keitai mobile wallet service, has signed a deal with Samsung for the development of a new chip solution that will provide consumers with phones which work with both NFC services and Japan’s existing mobile payments infrastructure. More

    Paris commuters to get travel passes that work with NFC phones

    January 30th, 2012

    The latest generation of Passe Navigo, the travel pass used by six million commuters in the greater Paris region, will allow users to top up their cards from their NFC mobile phones and pave the way for the use of NFC phones as transportation tickets. More

    Japanese carriers form NFC consortium

    December 22nd, 2011

    NTT Docomo, KDDI and Softbank Mobile have set up the Japan Mobile NFC Consortium with the aim of working together to coordinate the switch from Japan’s existing Osaifu-Keitai non-NFC standard mobile payments system to NFC. More

    ACS launches NFC reader with LCD display, USB interface

    December 2nd, 2011

    Advanced Card Systems has launched a USB-connected NFC reader equipped with a two-line LCD screen. The ACR1222L VisualVantage can read ISO 14443 Type A and B cards, Mifare, FeliCa, 4 NFC Forum tag types and… More

    Handheld NFC terminal packs a printer

    November 29th, 2011

    The Casio IT-9000 is designed for applications that require on the spot printing, such as receipts for mobile retail transactions, receipts and tickets for public transportation, as well as for meter reading, proof of delivery and queue busting operations. More

    NXP launches NFC reader chip

    November 25th, 2011

    NXP has introduced a multi-protocol, NFC-ready contactless transceiver chip that can be used in a wide range of banking, e-government, transport and mobile payment terminals and other devices. The CLRC663 supports all 13.56MHz contactless standards… More

    Sony and HID launch NFC reader module for laptops and tablets

    November 17th, 2011

    Sony and secure identity specialist HID Global have launched a contactless smart card reader platform that can add NFC and secure access control to laptop PCs and other mobile devices. The design includes a secure… More

    Sony enters NFC controller market

    November 10th, 2011

    The electronics giant’s new NFC controller chip will enable mobile phone makers to manufacture devices that support both international NFC standards and Japan’s existing Osaifu-Keitai mobile wallet service. More

    Casio launches NFC-enabled rugged handheld terminal

    September 16th, 2011

    The DT-X8 with RFID is designed for use in warehouses, ticketing and security applications and includes support for ISO 15693 RFID tags as well as ISO 14443 A/B, FeliCa and Mifare NFC tags and cards. More

    Toppan Printing launches mini NFC tags

    September 12th, 2011

    A new, small antenna developed by Toppan allows tags as compact as 10mm across to be read by NFC phones. More

    NFC news in brief • 7 March 2011

    March 7th, 2011

    News in brief from the NFC world and beyond: Norwegians ready to ditch cash • Airtag raises €4m • Cassis signs TSM deals • Intel invests in NFC firm • NEC introduces NFC POS device • AT&T adds ShopAlerts • Square hits $1m a day More

    New Toppan Printing device shows NFC doesn’t have to be mobile

    October 25th, 2010

    A new standalone NFC device from Toppan Printing is set to go into mass production next year with a target price of under US$25. Shaped like a thick bank card and incorporating a display and input keys, it can store and display prepaid funds, coupons, loyalty membership details, transport and entertainment tickets and advertising. More

    ACS adds biometrics to NFC reader

    ACS adds biometrics to NFC reader

    October 19th, 2010

    Hong Kong-based Advanced Card Systems (ACS) has launched a new NFC reader which incorporates a fingerprint sensor, enabling biometric identification and verification to be added to PC-based contactless and near field communication applications. The AET62… More