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Charity raises funds via NFC wristbands

June 11th, 2014

Special care baby charity Bliss is using NFC wristbands to make it easier for supporters to generate donations from people they meet. When a potential donor taps a band worn by a supporter with an… More

Portsmouth FC engages fans with NFC

March 11th, 2014

Portsmouth Football Club has added stickers containing NFC tags and QR codes to the back of seats in its stadium, enabling fans to enter a Man of the Match competition by tapping or scanning the… More

Tagonic offers chance to win 1,000 NFC tags

November 14th, 2012

NFC tag platform provider Tagonic is running a competition offering UK-based developersĀ a prize of up to 1,000 free NFC tags for the best idea submitted for an NFC tag application. “We are looking for thought… More

Nokia to bring NFC to New York commuters

October 26th, 2011

The handset maker has signed a deal with the New York Metropolitan Transit Authority to test cloud-based NFC ticketing with Nokia phones by the end of 2011, the company has told NFC World. NFC payments will then arrive on Nokia phones for the first time at the beginning of 2012. More

Museum of London adds NFC

August 16th, 2011

Visitors to the museum can find out more about particular exhibits, access vouchers, book tickets and connect via social media. More

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

Nokia: No mobile wallet support in current NFC phones

July 21st, 2011

Nokia’s C7 and N9 NFC phones are not equipped to support either an embedded secure element or an NFC SIM, the handset maker has told NFC World, so it won’t be possible to use them for mobile payments or other secure NFC services.  More