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    NXP rebrands Mifare SDK as TapLinx

    September 28th, 2016

    PARTNER NEWS: NXP has updated its Mifare SDK and changed the name of the developer tool to TapLinx. The update allows “smoother and faster” creation of Android-based NFC mobile applications and offers support for the… More

    NXP updates NFC Taginfo app

    February 2nd, 2016

    PARTNER NEWS: An Android app described as a “Swiss Army knife for NFC” has been updated and can now also interrogate Mifare Plus SL3 cards. NXP’s NFC Taginfo, now at version 4.15.100, can identify and read contents from all types of NFC tags as well as Mifare and iCode-based systems. It can also display the value remaining on travel cards issued by a range of international public transport systems.

    NXP to host Mifare SDK webinar

    December 8th, 2014

    PARTNER NEWS: NXP is to host a webinar exploring its recently launched Mifare SDK Advanced NFC development kit at 10:00 CET and 17:00 CET on Tuesday 16 December. Attendees will “learn how Mifare SDK Advanced makes it easy to implement any Android application idea based on our Mifare, Ntag and Icode hardware and how you could benefit from this new development kit,” says the company. Readers can register for the webinar free of charge here.

    New tag platform launches for retailers and brands

    October 19th, 2012

    Product labelling supplier FineLine Technologies, NFC and QR code specialist ClikGenie and tag maker Smartrac have launched ClikSecure, an NFC-based service for brands and retailers. ClikSecure offers both product authentication for brands and information services… More

    Avery Dennison enters NFC tag market

    June 16th, 2011

    Avery Dennison RFID, the world’s largest producer of UHF RFID inlays, has launched a new line of NFC tags. The N-Zone product line comprises an “extensive portfolio” of products designed to support “the proliferation of… More

    Gentag announces low-cost NFC/RFID phone

    February 10th, 2011

    The US$119 GT-601 NFC handset is designed for “people who are concerned only with basic voice communication, mobile payments, social networks, and diagnostics using a low-cost mobile wireless device,” says Gentag.  More