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BlackBerry stations at Mobile World Congress powered by NFC

By Bla1ze on 28 Feb 2012 08:19 am EST
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If you do so happen to be at Mobile World Congress and stop by the BlackBerry booth, you'll notice there is plenty of NFC powered like stations around. All together, there is five stations set up where folks can check in using NFC and share content directly from their BlackBerry Smartphones using Twitter, Facebook and if you don't have a NFC powered device, you can use an RFID tag instead.

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BlackBerry stations at Mobile World Congress powered by NFC

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That's pretty awesome and innovative!! These are the kinds of things that NEED to be shown in BlackBerry advertising.