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Near field communications (NFC) is the exchange of information between two devices via wireless signal. For example, a wireless signal emitting from your cell phone can act as a credit card when making a purchase. In the case of a mobile wallet application, those devices would be a mobile phone and a point-of-sale device at a checkout counter.
With over one billion people connected to Facebook, we have to assume that many of them are criminals. (Criminals are people with friends too!) But the criminals we need to be concerned about are the ones who create all kinds of scams designed to do everything from getting us to open our wallets to clicking links so we enter our personal information that lets them infect our devices.
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Microsoft Office 2013 (CNET Video)
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A CNET video on the new Microsoft Office 2013 Demo.
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Microsoft Office 2013 on Windows 8 Hands On
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A brief look at the new Office 2013 running on the new Windows 8 operating system.
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How To Get Started With Photoshop CS6
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In this episode of the Adobe Creative Suite Podcast, Terry White shows you How to Get Started With Adobe Photoshop CS6.
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