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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by dibblebill, Sep 11, 2014.

  1. Kaat72

    Kaat72 Guest

    Me thinks it is more convenient to use cards with NFC, instead of my phone. It works out very well for me until now, that way. Simply because I use more than one card and I prefer to choose per situation which one I use.
    Unlocking my phone, opening an app an d make the decision there would be slower. And I need to bring my wallet everywhere anyway, for my ID and drivers license for one. Just my two cents :dunno:
     


  2. nuurhasan

    nuurhasan Newbie

    Android over Mac any day.
     
  3. dan330

    dan330 Extreme Android User

    that sounds interesting...

    but there is an issue.
    Customers use credit cards (reward cards) for all the benefits...
    like points and flyer miles.
    they don't want to give that up... without getting something equal or better in return.

    it will be interesting to watch how this will play out..
    competition will be good for... the customers.
     
  4. zuben el genub

    zuben el genub Extreme Android User

    You could pay with the Palm OS.
    I'm using the same budgeting app that I had on the Palm.
    Apple and Google, it isn't anything really new, just translated into newer media as tech has advanced.

    Vista Compatibility With a Palm PDA | Chron.com

    You could transfer info by IR, and there was an app called Printboy that allowed you to print to an IR capable printer. HP had a couple of those. Our office used ACT.

    I wouldn't mind having IR back. I could mess with the remote for the TV and Roku, I used to drive the Vulcan nuts with the Clie.
     

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