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Near Field Communication (NFC)

Near Field Communication (NFC) is a wireless/radio-frequency technology that works over short-range. This involves communicating data between devices(“initiator” and “target”) in close proximty normally requiring less than 10 centimeters. In the realm of mobile phones, the “initiator” is the mobile handset and the target is typically a RFID(Radio Frequency Identification) Tag for passive communication. To […]

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Oracle-IBM pact and Android

IBM-Oracle pact is a good news for Java developers and for the open source community in general.¬†OpenJDK is a more natural open alternative to Oracle J2SE and is well backed by the Java community, so IBM’s move to shift “its development effort from the Apache project Harmony to OpenJDK” makes sense. And remember IBM also¬†wanted […]

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