A British hacker jailed for computetr fraud managed to hack into his own prison's computer system during an IT lesson.
After months of delays and disruptions in the market that made analysts wonder if it would ever materialize, Isis has finally launched.
The introduction of Isis's sweeping mobile payment platform continues to move at a crawl.
Adding credit cards to Google Wallet is becoming even easier for users with any kind of credit or debit card.
It's time for mobile payments to fully get underway.
American Express has just made good on its promise to support the mobile payment platform Isis.
In an environment where mobile payment technology is getting all the buzz, Google has seen disappointingly poor results.
There appear to be two very distinct groups of people when it comes to mobile payments.
After a minor case of hysteria erupted over privacy concerns with Google Wallet, the search giant has re-enabled access for users paying with prepaid gift cards.
Paypal believes that mobile payments are the future, but it doesn't think services like Google Wallet and the mobile joint venture Isis are the answer.
The latest and greatest Galaxy Nexus is about to go on sale from Verizon, but it won't include support for Google's mobile payment app.
Slated as the "next big thing," mobile payments are hot on the radar for carriers, credit card operators, and even daily deal sites.
Isis - the mobile payments joint venture from AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile - has signed up four credit card companies, potentially pushing it ahead in the race with Google Wallet.
Well, it looks as if it's finally happening: AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon have announced their plans for a mobile commerce system allowing customers to pay for goods with a swipe of their phone.
The Department of Homeland Security has developed a new type of surveillance camera which allows it to scan public areas much more thoroughly.