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Communications chipmaker Broadcom has made it easier and more cost-effective for smartphone manufacturers to include the new hotness of tap-to-communicate near-field communication (NFC) in their handsets with the release of a new quad-radio wireless chip that provides support for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM, and NFC. Broadcom's new …

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  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Great and all

    but can they please stop calling it "bonking". It might seem funny now, but sooner or later there's going to be an unfortunate misunderstanding.

  2. Anonymous Coward
    FAIL

    But no support for Mifare Classic....

    Ooopsie...

    1. Robert Forsyth

      Re: But no support for Mifare Classic....

      You mean the NXP proprietary hacked protocol, the one that Oyster cards had to move from to a more secure protocol.

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