Isis, the mobile payment system which launched last year, has announced that they will rebrand and change their name to avoid similarities with the militant Jihadist group of the same name.
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Militants from the Jihadist group ISIS are hijacking several World Cup hashtags on Twitter to spread their message, including a call to Westerners to join their ranks.
Isis, a mobile wallet system, will launch in the US with Windows Phone support later this year. Could this be the first of many major developers giving Windows Phone their full attention?
As part of its plans to turn its WebOS operating system into an open source project, HP has released the code for the Isis web browser, which is based on the QtWebKit web browser engine.