...look out for in future models that may catch attorney eyes. Near Field Communication technology, along with the applications that use it, enable consumers to...
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... also shows users synching their smartphones with the device using near field communications or NFC. The Harmin unit has a high-resolution...
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...showed ways to spoof near-field communications now being designed into many smartphones. NFC is a set of...
...mobile device includes a hardware GPS, compass, accelerometer, and support for Near Field Communication, which is a set of standards for mobile devices that enable...
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