MWC 2010: BlackBerry Stand RFid Demo

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During CES in Las Vegas, I noticed my coworkers were employing some new-fangled RFid technology throughout the BlackBerry stand. The BlackBerry stands at Mobile World Congress 2010 are also using the same technology, but this time I had the opportunity to snag Paul and Eleine for a quick demo.

The setup is pretty snazzy, and makes it easy for attendees to collect information on the BlackBerry partners and displayed BlackBerry smartphones. Best of all, it saves a lot of paper! If you’re attending Mobile World Congress 2010 and intend to visit the BlackBerry stand, make sure to take advantage of the RFid nodes at each kiosk.

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  • http://caspan.com Caspan

    Now thats a great idea. Now if only they built it in the BlackBerry so they did not need to give you a white piece of paper to program. You could say I have a built in RFID that you can program. Nice movie thanks Douglas!

  • http://caspan.com Caspan

    Now thats a great idea. Now if only they built it in the BlackBerry so they did not need to give you a white piece of paper to program. You could say I have a built in RFID that you can program. Nice movie thanks Douglas!

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    Woww, Finally Blackberry launched their RFid software on their device. With this new technology features, it will lessen your things to carry when you have emergency report. It tackles all options in one. As student like me,. this would be a helpful gadget.

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