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    Moo launches range of NFC business cards

    October 6th, 2015

    UK-based printer Moo has launched a range of business cards that come equipped with NFC chips and an accompanying online platform, allowing the owner to upload the information of their choice and change or update it as and when they require. More

    CTIA visitors get NFC badges

    September 23rd, 2015

    PARTNER NEWS: Visitors at CTIA Super Mobility Week 2015 in Las Vegas and IBC 2015 in Amsterdam were able to capture and exchange business cards with other attendees using NFC badges powered by NXP’s Mifare DESFire EV1 chips. NFC event solutions provider ITN International’s BCard Reader and Interact mobile apps let visitors use their NFC mobile devices to read other attendee’s badges, add notes and save contacts.

    Telstra uses NFC to cut costs and improve customer service for broadband users

    May 22nd, 2014

    Australian telecommunications provider Telstra is now applying NFC tags to all its broadband modems, enabling customers to access personalised help, information and support recommendations by tapping the tag with their NFC phone. The company’s Telstra… More

    London venue picks Poken to add NFC interactions to events

    May 6th, 2014

    Exhibition and convention centre ExCel London is to use technology from Poken to provide event organisers with an NFC-based digital networking and content collection platform. Poken’s USB NFC devices enable event visitors to swap digital… More

    Flextown enables digital sharing through NFC business cards

    December 5th, 2013

    Danish startup Flextown has begun offering an NFC business card service worldwide, allowing consumers to share portfolios of work, videos and other digital content as well as contact details via NFC, QR or Apple’s AirDrop… More

    RapidNFC adds postcards with built in tags

    August 22nd, 2013

    Tag supplier RapidNFC has launched a range of customisable postcards with NFC. NXP NTAG203 tags are integrated into the postcards using a lamination process developed by London-based Freestyle Print that allows marketing materials to be… More

    NFC Interactor WP8 app adds functions

    August 1st, 2013

    NFC Interactor, the reader/writer app for Windows Phone 8 from Mopius, has expanded its suite of NFC functions. “NFC Interactor now supports 20 record type categories and allows adding/editing of 150 distinct details for various… More

    South African travel show reports 60,000 NFC uses per day

    June 10th, 2013

    Attendees at the Indaba 2013 travel show in South Africa used Poken’s NFC social networking platform more than 60,000 times a day to digitally exchange documents and share business cards, the NFC connectivity specialist reports…. More

    Rosenberg launches new NFC business

    April 9th, 2013

    Industry veteran Einar Rosenberg has launched a new company that plans to roll out twelve new NFC services over the next year. Creating Revolutions‘ first service is MyCardNFC, an NFC-powered contact exchange application that combines… More

    TapMyBiz adds NFC cards

    December 5th, 2012

    Israeli start up TapMyBiz can now supply customised NFC business cards over the web. “Each card comes equipped with an embedded NFC/RFID chip,” the company’s Laurent Flaster has told NFC World. “You can include your contact information or a direct link to your website, social media or a YouTube video. To exchange this information simply tap any NFC capable smartphone and your information is automatically saved to that device.”

    Smartrac adds ultrathin tags

    October 31st, 2012

    Tag manufacturer Smartrac has announced the introduction of the first ultrathin NFC tags using chips shaved down to just 50 micrometres thick. “RFID chips are typically offered on wafers with a standard thickness of 120µm,”… More

    Moo to offer NFC business cards

    October 3rd, 2012

    Printing firm Moo is to run an open beta test of a new NFC business card service that lets customers store a link to an online destination of their choice within the card’s NFC tag. “Moo’s… More

    Vizibility adds NFC to business ID

    May 21st, 2012

    Identity management specialist Vizibility has added support for NFC to its executive ID platform. The company’s new “NFC Mobile Wallet Cards” contain a link to an online profile of the cardholder which, as well as… More

    SXSW attendees to get NFC business cards

    February 26th, 2012

    Online identity management start-up Vizibility is offering 1,000 attendees at SXSW 2012 Interactive the chance to get a free NFC business card they can use to share contact information and personal details as well as… More

    eAgile picks Avery tags

    December 19th, 2011

    US-based RFID tag supplier eAgile is now offering a range of printed products including signs, business cards, and labels that incorporate Avery Dennison’s recently launched N-Zone NFC tags. “NFC products are easy to use, functional, and fun, making them the perfect way to communicate with the tech-savvy consumer and to compete in the increasingly tech-driven marketplace,” says eAgile CEO Gary Burns.

    Nokia launches online NFC store

    July 22nd, 2011

    A new online service is designed to make it easy for businesses to begin using NFC by providing smart posters and business cards that enable customers to ‘like’ a retailer on Facebook, follow it on Twitter and check in on Foursquare as well as a range of other tag reading solutions. More

    Hicel launches NFC business cards

    June 28th, 2011

    Korean manufacturer Hicel has introduced a digital business card that combines the features of traditional cards with NFC functionality. The business cards include both an NFC chip and a QR code and provide sufficient memory capacity… More

    NFC news in brief • 18 April 2011

    April 18th, 2011

    News in brief from the NFC world and beyond: NFC football shirts • EMVCo’s new specs • Contactless business cards • Expo visitors win with NFC • One in five smartphones to have NFC by 2014 • Smartphone users ‘uninterested in location-based services’ • Visa’s Australian NFC trial ends • and more… More