Apple TV may not feature mobile payment system, according to J.P. Morgan

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Apple TV may not feature mobile payment system, according to J.P. Morgan
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The Apple TV is meant to include NFC technology, which will allow it to accept mobile payments as well as provide owners with access to digital content. Speculation suggests that that Apple has plans to launch a new mobile payment platform called ...
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Samsung Galaxy S III Alternatives: 10 Good Smartphones Available Today
eWeek
Add that to the Bluetooth 4.0 support, near-field communication, or NFC, for making mobile payments along with the quad-core Exynos 4 Quad system-on-a-chip, and it's clear Samsung has its sights set on Apple with its latest handset.
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Shenzhen Chuangxinjia Smart Technology Co., Ltd Participated in the 17th ...
MarketWatch (press release)
Sony Company - Signed a long-term agreement for the production Sony NFC mobile payment tags. PT MRT Jakarta - In September 2011 reached an agreement with the government in Jakarta, Indonesia for long-term production of city's public transportation ...
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BlackBerrys dominate NFC phone market in UK
NFCNews (blog)
"We're looking to put NFC in as many devices as possible." Kelliher also told The Inquirer that RIM is working closely with carriers and banks to launch mobile payments on the Blackberry line as soon as this year. "Wireless payments [have] really taken ...
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MobiCash Africa partners with Housing Finance Bank for launch of MCash Money ...
AfricanBrains
MCash solution offers a refreshing approach to mobile payment that overcomes the challenges of cashless payment by using multi-factor authentication mechanisms (NSDT, fingerprint, NFC and Voice biometric) technology. Customers access their accounts ...
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HTC One X Review: The Best Android Phone Right Now
Gizmodo
It's got an NFC chip (unlike the One S), which will be good if the mobile payment revolution materializes. Battery life is excellent. Despite abusive usage (tons of gaming, web surfing over LTE, shooting a gajillion photos and videos, ...
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