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    AAC to mass produce wearable NFC stickers for healthcare

    February 17th, 2015

    Contract manufacturer Automated Assembly Corporation (AAC) is in discussion “with multiple undisclosed companies” to mass produce InfoSkin, a new line of NFC tags that adhere to the human body, CEO Scott Lindblad has told NFC… More

    Amodoria launches NFC jewellery range

    October 2nd, 2013

    Upmarket Dubai-based jewellery maker Amodoria has released a range of NFC-enabled items, including cufflinks and bracelets made with gemstones and gold and a premium leather wallet. All the items, which can be personalised to the… More

    Smartrac launches BullsEye nTag210 for high volume NFC applications

    September 26th, 2013

    NFC and RFID tag manufacturer Smartrac has launched a new tag that is designed to provide a high performance and cost-effective option for high volume NFC applications that require simple URL addresses and unique identifiers… More

    NFC Ring creator hails community support as funding closes at £242,000

    August 19th, 2013

    The inventor of the NFC Ring has praised the Kickstarter community for its ideas and support following a highly successful fundraising campaign. More than 7,600 backers raised £241,947 for John McLear’s NFC Ring — smashing the… More

    NFC Ring smashes crowdfunding goal with 2,100 backers in just four days

    July 24th, 2013

    A UK-based startup raising funds on Kickstarter for a finger ring that lets users unlock NFC-enabled doors and devices and share information via NFC has amassed pledges totalling almost double its £30,000 (US$46,000) target in… More

    Invengo adds NFC tags

    March 13th, 2013

    US-based RFID specialist Invengo Technology has launched a range of NFC tags and inlays. The new Invengo NTouch and NLoop inlays and tags are compliant with the ISO 14443A and NFC Forum Type 2 Tag standards and will begin shipping in volume in April.

    Orange pushes NFC in Israel

    February 23rd, 2013

    Orange Israel is offering customers packs of three NFC stickers that work with an NFC app that is pre-installed on all the carrier’s Android NFC phones. The stickers contain Smartrac Circus Ntag 203 NFC inlays and were produced for Orange by Tadbik and NFC Israel. The packs cost 39 NIS (US$10.52) and are available online and at Orange sales points across the country. A pack is also provided free of charge to buyers of the Orange Infinity NFC phone.

    Smartrac delivers tiny tags

    April 19th, 2012

    RFID tag maker Smartrac has added a new NFC tag to its range. The new Midas tags have an antenna size of 10mm by 17 mm and a die-cut size of 12mm by 19mm. The… More

    Smartrac acquires NFC tag maker UPM RFID

    January 3rd, 2012

    UPM has sold its RFID and NFC business to leading RFID supplier Smartrac in exchange for shares in OEP Technologie, the majority shareholder in Smartrac. The deal will provide UPM indirectly with a 10.6% stake… More

    UPM launches NFC tag resource

    November 14th, 2011

    NFC inlay manufacturer UPM RFID has launched a website that acts as a hub to connect consumers, developers and businesses with online NFC tag stores around the world. NFCtags.com, says the Finnish company, “brings together the most comprehensive selection of NFC online vendors, converters and printing houses by service area and expertise.”

    Winckel launches range of NFC tags

    October 24th, 2011

    RFID tag manufacturer Waldemar Winckel has launched a portfolio of NFC-capable smart tags and labels under the Identytag brand, aimed at applications ranging from brand protection to mobile marketing to location-based services. The Identytag range… More

    UPM announces improved NFC tags

    September 19th, 2011

    Finnish tag manufacturer UPM RFID has introduced a portfolio of NFC tags featuring NXP’s NTAG203 chip, which was announced earlier today. The new tags will come in the company’s BullsEye, Circus and MiniTrack form factors… More

    New production process could cut cost of NFC tags to “just a few cents”

    August 12th, 2011

    A new production process developed by a UK startup could reduce the cost of NFC tags to significantly under five cents a unit, making it practical for tags to be used in a wide array of new application areas. More