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Isis Mobile Wallet Finally Rolls Out Nationwide

11/14/2013, Mobile payments solution Isis is backed by three of the largest mobile carriers in the U.S., Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. Isis said back in July that it would commence nationwide rollout later this year, and it finally has. The service had already been...

Isis Mobile Payment Solution Loses Banking Partner Capital One

09/19/2013, Three of the biggest mobile carriers in the U.S., Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile, are backing a mobile payments solution called Isis. Based on NFC technology, the solution allows people to pay when required at participating locations by simply tapping...

Isis Ready SIM Cards Arriving At T-Mobile Stores

08/21/2013, Three of the biggest U.S. carriers, Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile, are backing a mobile payments solution called Isis. The solution is currently being tested at more than 4,000 locations in Austin and Salt Lake City. The company said last month that...

Isis Mobile Payment Solution National Rollout Commences In 2013

07/31/2013, Isis is a mobile payments solution that is backed by three of the biggest mobile carriers in the U.S., Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile to be precise. It basically lets people make payments by tapping their phones, NFC technology plays a vital part in this....

Isis confirms mobile wallet rollout on Monday

10/18/2012, Yesterday we reported that according to a T-Mobile leak, it was suggested that the Isis mobile wallet feature could be arriving in the Google Play stores come 22nd of October. Well the good news is that if you were looking forward to a mobile wallet...

PayPal unveils new mobile payments in place of NFC

09/16/2011, While NFC is a great idea for mobile payments, the sad fact is that unlike Japan, where NFC is widely adopted, not many phones in the US come with NFC technology enabled. Even the latest Blackberry devices that supposedly come shipped with NFC have that...

Imaging System for Immersive Surveillance Sees 360 Degrees

06/08/2010, With crime rates in many areas becoming a serious issue, it’s not surprising to see many folks investing in surveillance cameras. While that might be a good move, a common problem with normal surveillance cameras is that they have a limited viewing...