Thursday, December 15, 2011

Intel will include mobile payment technology in its upcoming

The chipmaker Intel technology eventually will incorporate Near Field Communication (NFC) mobile payment for their upcoming chips.  As The Inquirer picks, Intel, which houses intention of entering the chip business smart phones, has signed a According to Inside Secure NFC technology to use in future products.  Aicha Evans, vice president and general manager of Intel's mobile wireless group, said that "NFC technology is gaining ground in many markets as one of the most convenient ways to use of electronic payments and transactions for retail, to access information as well as for other applications. "  Evans's words reveal the NFC technology boom in mobile devices, so it is not surprising interest in this technology as it has done Google service with Wallet .   Intel will launch a competitive chip for smartphones in 2012 to a high production of smart phones if you want to advance to suppliers like Qualcomm and Nvidia ARM.


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