The Complete Guide to Near Field Communications in Singapore
Understanding Near Field Communication
The Next Wave in Convenience
Besides 4G/LTE, the mobile world is also pushing for the rapid adoption of near field communication (NFC) technology among consumers. NFC-enabled smartphones have been introduced to the market as early as last year, and the momentum is set to pick up in the coming months with tablets and even notebooks incorporating NFC.
Several phone manufacturers such as Research in Motion, Samsung and Sony are working to build up an ecosystem for their users to enjoy NFC services. The three telcos also rolled out their respective credit, pre-paid and stored-value payment services through NFC-enabled mobile phones.
Through this guide, we hope to empower you about the basics of NFC, what you can do with it, how to get NFC services setup, the supporting merchants and much more!
NFC Related Feature Articles and Reviews
FEATURE / 30 May 2016
Ever wondered what's the hype over Apple Pay and Samsung Pay? Where can you use it? Does your device support it? Here's a quick primer.
NEWS / 25 May 2016
The HT-RT3 is a 5.1 surround sound bar with dedicated subwoofer and rear speakers, and it’s easy to set up. All it needs is an HDMI cable and its own color-coded cables.
NEWS / 20 May 2016
Fitbit recently acquired mobile payment firm Coin and plans to accelerate its development of an active NFC payment solution for its future wearables.
NEWS / 23 Apr 2016
Chinese news agency Xinhua reports that Xiaomi is working with UnionPay to launch a mobile payment service in China.
NEWS / 18 Mar 2016
The leak came from a Weibo user who took a photo of the 4-inch iPhone specification sheet.
NEWS / 16 Dec 2015
Android Pay begins operations in US, gradually rolling out the NFC payment option to other countries.
NEWS / 28 Oct 2015
Apple CEO Tim Cook announced during the company's earnings call that Apple Pay will be coming to Spain, Singapore and Hong Kong in 2016.
NEWS / 22 Sep 2015
LG announced a new midrange Android smartphone, the Class which comes with a slim metal design, a 5-inch display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor. Read on to find out more about the LG Class.
NEWS / 14 Jul 2015
The Samsung Galaxy A8 is now official as it is listed on the company's Chinese website. It is the slimmest Samsung phone to date at 5.9mm thin. Read on to find out more.
NEWS / 04 Jul 2015
Based on new images of the internals of an alleged Apple iPhone 6S, 9to5Mac believes that we can expect a new NFC processor, 16GB base storage, lesser chips and slight design tweaks. Read on to find out more.
NEWS / 06 May 2015
The alleged 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro is said to come with a Bluetooth stylus, support for Force Touch input, NFC and a USB-C connector. More details inside.
REVIEW / 25 Apr 2015
The Motorola Nexus 6 is Google's first attempt to offer a phablet device. It is also the first time in three years that Google priced its Nexus phone at the same level as other Android flagship smartphones. We find out if it has what it takes to go against some of its formidable competitors. Read on for the full review!
NEWS / 24 Apr 2015
The projectors' headline feature is the ‘tapNshow’ wireless presentation solution, which combines NFC technology with BenQ’s own presentation apps to make wireless business presentation from Android mobile devices a fuss-free affair.
REVIEW / 02 Apr 2015
Creative's original Sound Blaster Roar was quite the runaway hit when it was released, and now the new Sound Blaster Roar 2 looks to fill the needs of customers who loved the sound of the original Roar, but wanted something a little more portable. We put it through its paces to see how it fares.
REVIEW / 30 Mar 2015
The YotaPhone 2 is no ordinary Android smartphone; it comes with not one, but two displays - one on the front, the other on the rear. The YotaPhone 2 also packs notable specs, but more importantly, is this the smartphone concept of the future? We find out!