Tag: Intel

NFC Technology – Pay or Play?

One of the conference headers to catch my eye in this weekend’s SXSW schedule includes the phrase ‘NFC Growth from Play will Pay’. Seeing as Saturday at SXSW is ecommerce focused, I thought I’d take a look at how NFC is viewed outside of the direct payments market. So what are the possibilities beyond payment […]

NFC developments at CES 2012

As Near Field Communications (NFC) stories spun like roulette wheels at CES in Las Vegas a couple of weeks ago, the emergence of several new devices caught my eye. For some time now, we have been blogging about NFC as the technology of choice when using mobile devices for e-payment. To highlight this point Gemalto […]

Security innovations at CES 2012

While CES is not historically synonymous with security technology, there were a few interesting innovations around mobile security that caught my eye at this year’s event. Intel continues to push its Identity Protection Technology (IPT) and Anti-Theft (AT) technology as part of the ultrabook introduction. I particularly like this as it allows for both more […]

CES 2012: Intel launches ultrabook with NFC

If you were on Twitter on 9th January during CES 2012 at the time of the Intel press conference you would have seen the Twittersphere explode following the unveiling of Intel’s new ultrabook. That wasn’t the reason for all the tweets, however swanky the ultrabook looks and feels. The reason, in my view, is that […]