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    Smart posters and clothes piggyback on FM signals to talk to phones and car radios

    March 7th, 2017

    A technique to develop smart posters and clothing, which communicate directly with car radios or smartphones by using background FM radio signals to transform them into mini FM radio stations consuming virtually zero power, has… More

    Text messages via household chemicals could lead to harmless medical nanotechnology

    November 25th, 2016

    A machine that translates digital messages and transmits them using household chemicals could provide low-cost, self-powered nanotechnology devices that could travel around the human body harmlessly. Postdoctoral research fellow Nariman Farsad has developed the system… More

    US researchers claim discovery of ‘missing link’ for internet of things

    November 24th, 2016

    A miniature, self-sufficient WiFi device which uses virtually no energy has the potential to be the “missing link” for the internet of things, its developers at Stanford University in the US claim. Hitchhike is designed… More

    Stanford researchers demonstrate NFC TV applications

    Stanford researchers demonstrate NFC TV applications

    February 26th, 2011

    Researchers from Stanford University‘s MobiSocial lab, who last month demonstrated the first Android NFC peer-to-peer applications, have now developed a number of applications which show how NFC could be used to interact with TVs: The photo display application… More

    Stanford researchers develop first Android NFC P2P apps

    January 31st, 2011

    A team from Stanford’s MobiSocial lab has developed two applications for the Google Nexus S that use NFC’s peer-to-peer capabilty: A phone-to-phone file transfer service and a collaborative whiteboard. More

    Facebook distributes Bling Nation payment tags to staff amid rumours of a major Silicon Valley NFC plan

    September 27th, 2010

    The Bling Nation NFC sticker trial in Silicon Valley has expanded from its beginnings at PayPal’s headquarters to include the Stanford University campus, Palo Alto city services and Facebook’s offices — as rumours of a major NFC play by some of Silicon Valley’s leading companies begin to emerge.  More

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