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Bump, the app that used sensors a location to mimic the function of a NFC chip inside a phone to share information between two phones, was ahead of its time when it comes to user interface and implementation. Om loved it, and millions of people downloaded it, but it’s still hard to find actual users. So I was glad to see that the Bump team is joining Google, after being bought for between $30 million and $60 million.

  1. I used Bump before I had an NFC enabled phone, but now I just use it to bump my phone with my laptop. Who needs a cord when you have Bump?

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