Why did Sample E not get a point for row 2a?
When I look at the WR question 2a: The WR names the innovation (NFC), describes the purpose (allows two devices to communicate, giving the ability to transfer data wirelessly)
The score sheet says it did note receive a point because "NFC is not a computing innovation; rather it is a standard that allows computing innovations to transfer data." Sample C, which describes a GPS, earned the point. The same statement could be said about GPS; it is also a standard that allows computing innovations to transfer data. What is the difference? I understand that NFC is much simpler than GPS, but NFC would need a computer and code as an integral of its function (for example to be used in Apple pay),