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We've spent the past year wondering whether we're currently in a tech bubble akin to the last decade's dotcom boom. Mashable has offered facts and opinions on both sides of the question. We've heard that the current boom is much different from the heyday of the late 1990s and that we have cause for confidence.
PayPal is preparing to release an update to its PayPal Mobile app that will allow Android users to make peer-to-peer payments using near field communication (NFC). The technology will allow Android users with a NFC-enabled phone (right now that means the Samsung Nexus S ) to initiate payments with one another by tapping their devices together. PayPal demoed the new feature Wednesday at MobileBeat 2011. PayPal Mobile has supported bump-style mobile peer-to-peer payments in its iPhone and Android apps for quite some time, but what makes the NFC implementation different is in its ease and speed of use.