We love NFC and we love infographics, so naturally we love NFC infographics. What better way to share the news and rumors of emerging NFC technologies than in some pretty graphics with real information? That’s what we thought, and so here are some NFC infographics. Keep checking back to find more that we have added, and feel free to pass them on!
Posted by Seth PlanckFebruary 06th, 2012 at 1:36 PM Filed Under Latest News, NFC Infographics
Narian compares NFC to Barcodes with infographic
The NFC and Barcode battle still looms on, and Narian Technologies has been determined to settle the dispute once and for all with an insightful infographic. QR codes are finally being accepted everywhere with marketers barely putting out a piece of printed collateral without the aforementioned QR code winging its way along for the ride. However, NFC tags have many advantages that QR codes simply can’t attain. Narian builds a strong case for NFC in its infographic that points out the many advantages that NFC holds over barcodes of any description, but that doesn’t mean that barcodes are dead yet. Obviously we favor NFC tags, NFC devices and the ecosystem that is building around the technology. However, we would be remiss if we didn’t play devil’s advocate a little and point out some of the advantages that barcodes have over NFC. So, we will endeavor to give a balanced approach as we go through Narian Technologies’ infographic.
Posted by Seth PlanckAugust 09th, 2011 at 10:12 PM Filed Under Featured, Galleries, Latest News, NFC Infographics
Frictionless: How NFC is going to change the world (NFC Infographic)
Sometimes we make life hard for ourselves and this here Frictionless NFC Infographic is a great example of how. We thought we’d put together an NFC Infographic which would educate people on the potentials of NFC. Sounds simple enough, right? It would be simple too if we didn’t grow the scope of our projects astronomically. But we are crazy creatives and as one idea gives way to another, we end up with a behemoth of a task, just like we did with our “you know what would be cool? – a page that lists out every carrier on the face of the planet and then notes the NFC phones they carry” idea that took 3 straight weeks to bring our NFC phones page to fruition. We never learn, and that’s probably why we are growing as a website because we always try to be innovative with what we do, and so far people seem to like it. Everyday we post here at NFC Rumors about developments in NFC. We preach its virtues to the tech savvy crowd who hang out here and we bring you the up-to-date news about who is doing what with a smidgen of editorial opinion added for good measure. However, a large majority of people still think NFC is only about payments and we wanted to make a visual representation of how diverse this little short range communications protocol can be and add in a whole load of stats while we were at it.
Frictionless, the NFC Infographic
Posted by Thomas GamboaJuly 06th, 2011 at 4:41 PM Filed Under NFC Infographics, Rumor
Will Apple release an NFC enabled iPhone 5 or iPad 3?
We here at NFC Rumors have speculated for a while about Apple’s potential release of an NFC-enabled iPhone 5 or iPad 3. There are signs pointing in both directions, but really – what are the chances?
What are the chances that Apple will release an NFC-enabled iPhone 5 or iPad 3?
Apple hasn’t yet released an NFC-enabled iPhone 5 or iPad 3, and nobody is quite sure if or when they will. There are speculations that Apple is developing their own platform for mobile commerce that will tie into iTunes, but we have concerns on how this will influence the marketplace and NFC adoption rates. There is no doubt that tech savvy consumers are going to compose the first batch of NFC enthusiasts; in fact, they are already forming lines. So, if Apple doesn’t release an NFC-enabled iPhone 5 or iPad 3, it could split the market intensely.
Oh, so you want an NFC enabled iPhone 5 or iPad 3?
The chances of Apple releasing NFC-enabled iPhone 5 or iPad 3 are illustrated in our snazzy infographic seen below. With all of the rumors going around, we felt obligated to live up to our namesake and really get those rumors disseminated.