Having your cellphone as the only thing you need to carry to pay for anything from bus and train fares to your week's groceries and much more is become a distinct possibility as a 'ducks line up' for mobile payment systems enabled by near field communications.
Google has launched its second Nexus phone, based upon Samsung's highly successful 'Galaxy S' range of smartphones, through which it has also brought Android OS 2.3 to the world - likely months before other Android phones will get it.
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