Korea/Japan Week: Five ways RFID is being used in mobile phones - Tech Digest
If there's one thing I want to see in Korea and Japan, it's people slapping their mobile phones down and Doing Stuff with them. You know, paying for shopping, getting cans out of vending machines. That kind of thing. A visit to Korean operator SK Telecom's demo centre yesterday didn't disappoint. They were showing some of the applications for RFID technology, and it made for an interesting selection. Starting with... 1. RFID Banking (left). Go up to an ATM, hold your phone against the special sensor, and receive cash and/or a statement without a debit card in sight. Apparently more than one million people are using the service in Korea now, paying a monthly fee for it.
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