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    Motorola’s new Moto G to include NFC?

    May 9th, 2016

    Motorola‘s forthcoming budget phone — the new Moto G — is to come in two variants and will include NFC, a components chart published on Twitter has revealed, making it the first Moto G to feature the technology. “The new phone is also expected to have a fingerprint scanner, since a Lenovo executive said earlier this year that all Motorola-branded phones would have fingerprint scanners in 2016,” The Verge reports. The new Moto G is expected to be unveiled on May 17.

    Consortium to develop NFC packaging across UK supply chain

    March 31st, 2016

    The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) has formed a specialist consortium to create a UK manufacturing supply chain that will support the widespread adoption of NFC packaging.  More

    AMS unveils NFC chip and antenna for adding payments and ticketing to wearable devices

    October 21st, 2015

    PARTNER NEWS: Chip maker AMS has introduced an NFC payments and ticketing solution for manufacturers of smartwatches, wristbands and other small devices that only have room for an extremely small antenna. “The new AS3921 is… More

    Premo introduces compact NFC antenna

    March 19th, 2014

    A new NFC antenna aimed at today’s slimmer smartphones has been introduced by Premo. The ZC1003HF measures 10mm by 10mm by 3.1mm high and uses a z-axis design to reduce board space while offering up… More

    Lenze introduces industrial motor with NFC control

    April 23rd, 2013

    Motor manufacturer Lenze has introduced the Smart Motor, an industrial motor that can be controlled via NFC. Utilising the motor’s built-in NFC capability along with Lenze’s smartphone app, users can control the motor from a distance…. More

    Autosplice offers compact one piece contacts for NFC antennas

    April 23rd, 2013

    Autosplice has introduced a range of compact, one piece surface mount contacts which, the company says, are ideally suited for NFC antennas built into smartphones and tablets. “Typical existing antenna clips use multi-piece configurations that… More