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Google and Sprint have officially unveiled Google Wallet, an Android "digital wallet" that enables payments with a smartphone in much the same way people use credit cards today. Rather than swiping a credit card at the cash register, you tap your phone on a retailer's NFC (near-field communications) reader. The Wallet app can …


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  1. Lars Silver badge

    I have a feeling this is old stuff for Nokia only they never managed (or did they) to do anything with it.

  2. Pete Spicer

    Do not want.

    (Fortunately I don't have a capable phone. And if I did, I certainly wouldn't configure it.)

  3. Anonymous Coward
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    So I can't charge anything to my account if I don't have charge?

    If NFC stations could double up as a quick wireless induction chargers, I might have been slightly interested.

    1. AlexH

      I believe it's supposed to work even when the phone's switched off - at least that's what I gathered when initially reading about it some time ago. This would go against there being a password-protected app though... can anyone clarify the situation?

      Pint, because I look forward to buying them with NFC and not returning home after a session weighed down with about £20 in change...

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