Although there seems to be a lot of hesitation and concern about RFID, the adoption of the location-based technology seems to be growing fast by young users.
Although there seems to be a lot of hesitation and concern about RFID, the adoption of the location-based technology seems to be growing fast by young users, RFID Journal reports:
For Peter Ho, Wells Fargo Card Services’ vice president and product manager, a comment from a restaurant employee in South Lake Tahoe, Calif., made all his hard work over the past year or so worthwhile. The young man recognized the credit card Ho used to pay for a meal, saying, “Hey, that’s one of those contactless cards—I’ve been trying to get one,” Ho told attendees of this week’s CardTech 2007 payments industry conference in San Francisco.
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