How efficient is Near Field Communication (NFC) in mobile devices?
Efficiency of NFC in mobile devices can simply be measured by an analysts report that there is going to be one out of six wireless subscribers who will have access of NFC capable devices. That means almost half of the billion people will be part of global network.
With unlimited potential NFC is going to build a new ways of communication.
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