Researchers at BMW have developed a prototype car key that will unlock much more than just car doors. They've taken the wireless key already used to many cars and added an NFC, or near-field communication, function.
The BlackBerry of the future may just unlock new doors -- literally. This week, RIM inked a new partnership with Sweden's own Assa Abloy, the company behind those NFC-enabled door locks we've seen in recent years.
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