Starting Friday, Samsung will sell the second version of its NFC stickers, called TecTiles 2.
The main difference between these tags and the first iteration, which launched almost a year ago? Unlike the originals, the second TecTiles generation works with theas well as Samsung's other NFC-ready phones.
TecTile stickers use a small NFC receiver that trigger your smartphone into completing certain tasks when you tap them.
You can program TecTiles to turn on Wi-Fi and turn off Bluetooth, for instance, set an alarm, or send a text to someone that you've arrived home or at the office.
The reprogrammable stickers sell for $14.99 for a pack of five, at Samsung.com (today) and other retailers, like a carrier store, in June. You'll need to download the free TecTiles app in the Google Play store to get started.