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An arfid-equipped Nokia

By Mark Baard
January 15, 2007

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Nokia and Cingular last week said they will offer an RFID phone, the Nokia 6131 NFC (for Near Field Communication). It could replace the arfid smart cards many people already use to make contactless payments at pharmacies and convenience stores. (Full article: 674 words)

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