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Dim4ksan
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Re: It Sounds Promising
Dim4ksan   8/6/2019 4:24:06 AM
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I found a lot of useful information, despite the fact that the article is small, although I myself work in a company engaged in web development and application development. As for me, the idea is cool, well-done guys who thought of it!

rchuprina91
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Re: It Sounds Promising
rchuprina91   6/17/2019 6:01:13 AM
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I think yes, we have to find better solution. Maybe blockchain or AI will work.  _______________________________ Roman from https://spd.group/ai-development/

AStefanuk
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Re: Affecting animals
AStefanuk   6/29/2018 12:06:27 PM
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You can see that this particular technology has become pretty popular (https://krify.co/nfc-technology-is-emerging-to-gain-popularity/) though I can agree it's an exception.

Bizarre
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Re: Zoosch's principle is based on NFC
Bizarre   1/23/2012 1:03:50 AM
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It would be strange if google and Apple didn't use one of the most advanced technology, right?

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Mr. Roques
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Re: Affecting animals
Mr. Roques   8/30/2011 10:46:33 AM
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But that's a consequence, not the cause.  What will deliver that?

pocharle
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Re: Affecting animals
pocharle   7/29/2011 9:44:45 PM
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Only if they get 60% of the pie...

Edmunds Sinevics
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It's a good way to NFC adoption.
Edmunds Sinevics   7/29/2011 5:44:34 PM
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An approach using ultrasound instead of radiofrequency gives benefits to fight with eavesdropping, but NFC have higher theoretical speed limit of transactions.

Mr. Roques
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Re: Affecting animals
Mr. Roques   7/29/2011 12:27:15 PM
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What I've found is that what will make it or break it is something beyond technical aspects in much cases. 

Who backs up each technology is sometimes what drives it. Will Apple allow it? etc... 

techendeavour123
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Zoosch's principle is based on NFC
techendeavour123   7/19/2011 5:00:56 AM

Zoosch Technology when compared to NFC is a little ahead. The time required to wait for the NFC chips to respond is absent in Zoosch. All the NFC stickers and other gadgets for mobile payments can be evaded with this technology! I did not know about Apple and Google using Zoosch, thanks for letting me know.

tech4people
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Re: You can never have a 100% tamper proof system
tech4people   6/30/2011 1:51:02 PM
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Taimur,

By limiting the transmission range and ensuring strong encryption (preferably upto 1024 bits);we reduce the chances of someone breaking and modifying the system for their own nefarious needs.

Again this is'nt foolproof (if you could develop handheld readers/scanners) which can intercept and encode the Signal you could still positively break things down.My only hope in having a 1024 bit(and higher) encryption is that it will take too long.In the meantime the transaction would have been successfully completed.

Regards

Ashish.

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