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    RapidNFC offers NFC jewellery tags for product authentication

    September 17th, 2015

    PARTNER NEWS: NFC tag specialist RapidNFC has introduced an NFC Jewellery Tag designed for merchants to use on high-value products including watches, rings and necklaces. This will enable users to tap their NFC devices on… More

    Italian hackers reveal ‘infinite rides’ ticket exploits

    August 6th, 2013

    Two Italian hackers have told the Defcon convention about a pair of vulnerabilities in some contactless transportation ticketing systems that allow tickets to be altered by an NFC phone to give unlimited free rides. Matteo… More

    NXP responds to NFC transit security hack

    September 24th, 2012

    Researchers at Intrepidus Group have demonstrated how an Android NFC phone can be used to add value to a transit card without paying but, says NXP, the vulnerability is limited to transportation card issuers that haven’t upgraded from Mifare Ultralight to the newer Mifare Ultralight C technology. More

    Tagage upgrades NFC developer kit

    May 21st, 2012

    NFC tag supplier TagAge has launched a new version of its NFC Developer Kit, designed to provide NFC application developers with a way to easily test a range of different types of tag. The new kit… More

    Helsinki uses 20,000 NFC tags

    January 19th, 2012

    Nearly 20,000 NFC tags from UPM RFID will be embedded in smart posters and stickers used to promote Helsinki’s year as the World Design Capital. The BullsEye NFC tags feature NXP’s Mifare Ultralight chips and will direct smartphone users to download a WDC 2012 app which acts as a guide to events and the 300 design projects taking place in the Finnish capital during 2012.

    iDtronic offers phone stickers

    October 13th, 2011

    German RFID specialist iDtronic has launched a range of NFC stickers designed to be attached to the back of non-NFC phones. The flexible stickers, which feature a special layer to allow them to work when applied to a metal surface, can accommodate NXP contactless chips ranging from Mifare Ultralight through DesFire EV1 to SmartMX.

    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

    UPM adds two new NFC tags

    May 2nd, 2011

    NFC and RFID tag supplier UPM RFID has added two new types of NFC tag to its range. The new Circus and MiniBlock tags are smaller than the company’s existing BullsEye, RaceTrack and MiniTrack tags and… More