Articles by Matthew Chapman
Near field communication (NFC) and contactless payments are about to become mainstream and IB Times UK has produced a set of guides telling you everything you need to know about the technology.
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Twitter has suspended journalist Guy Adams for tweeting the email address of NBC's Gary Zenkel.
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