Philips and Sony Produce Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Rival

From ZDnet – “Philips and Sony announced on Thursday that they plan to work together on new wireless technology that will allow consumer devices to talk to each other. The consumer-electronics giants have agreed to jointly create a radio frequency technology, called Near Field Communication (NFC), as well as jointly manufacture consumer devices that will use it. NFC will allow data to be transferred over a wireless spectrum at 13.56MHz. Devices such as mobile phones, digital cameras, handhelds or personal computers will be able to talk within a range of 20 centimetres and at speeds of up to 212kbps.”… Read the full article on ZDNet

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