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hiram01
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8/30/2014 | 4:56:14 PM
Re: misinformed!!
That's because the party is dull and boring until Apple arrives! If Apple doesn't come to your party, it's a flop.
StubbornOx
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8/30/2014 | 2:57:11 PM
Fanbois
American's sure are excited about the prospects of Apple and NFC.  The rest of the world yawns as it's been around for years on other phones.

Of course the same people excited about this probably think Apple invented the mouse and the tablet PC.

Enjoy your Galaxy S4 Fanboi's.
Bobbydig
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8/30/2014 | 1:53:11 PM
Re: misinformed!!
It's funny that Blackberry and Android introduces features that no one uses. Same had with USB, until Apple entered the game. It's not about being first, its coming to the market at the right time. Sorry folks, this is where Apple is a genius and where as the rest fail. 
mrsinisterlefty
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8/30/2014 | 11:38:53 AM
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Same old same old. Apple comes to the party late and the Tech press hails them as geniuses.
anon5361141033
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8/30/2014 | 9:15:57 AM
misinformed!!
Blackberry and android have had nfc in their phones for the last three years and we have been making payments in Canada with nfc for the last year and a half. Eric needs to gather all the information before writing a one sided article like this.

Apple is behind and old news, blackberry and android is the future. 
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