Hopefully ushering in a wallet-less payment boom, the next iPhone reportedly carries NFC chips and antenna.
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Featuring a slew of new default services, iOS 6 makes quite a few third-party apps completely obsolete.
Google's executive chairmen Eric Schmidt bristles at the word "fragmentation," prefers "differentiation."
A healthy scare for Homeland Security, Apple's iPad served as adequate identification at the US border.
Proving that the laws of physics cannot be changed, AT&T continues to rank last in customer satisfaction.
Denying users the full Android experience, Verizon prevents what could be a tremendous feature on the Galaxy Nexus.
As the technology trickles into Android, Symbian, and BlackBerry devices, NFC will soon make its way to Apple and Windows phones.
All Things D believes the month of October will be kicked off with a glimpse at a new toy.