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Windows App Store?
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Devices
The HTC Android Roundup Scale 2
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News
Free Blackberry Apps? Really?
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News
Apple Users Go Bananas over iPhone 4S in First Weekend
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Ditch Your Wireless Provider’s SMS Plan With These Free Texting Apps!
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The HTC Android Roundup
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News
Google's Trojan Horse – An Ice Cream Sandwich?
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Security
Beware Of The Fake Netflix App!
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Windows App Store?
Oct 20th 2011 at 10:12pm by Wayne Tempel

All of the major players out there have an app store, we at GiveMeApps are no different. With the release of Windows 8, Microsoft has acknowledged that they too will have an app store. Similar to that of Apple’s Mac App Store, the Windows Store will be integrated within Windows 8. Within a few...



The HTC Android Roundup Scale 2
Oct 18th 2011 at 11:20pm by Alton Brown

Hello Android lovers! For the next roundup we’ll run through a few more popular devices to hopefully help you choose the right phone for you. The Scale 2 roundup consists of devices with speeds from 1GHz-2GHz.   HTC HD2 (1GHz)     One of the most versatile devices ever to...



Free Blackberry Apps? Really?
Oct 18th 2011 at 09:19am by Wayne Tempel

On Monday the Makers of the Blackberry, Research In Motion, announced that they would offer users a handful of free apps. This is to coincide with the outage that users experienced last week.  Initial reports indicate that RIM were having issues with their network, but this hasn’t been ...



Apple Users Go Bananas over iPhone 4S in First Weekend
Oct 17th 2011 at 09:46pm by Wayne Tempel

This morning Apple announced that more than four million people are now toting the new iPhone 4S – only three days after its initial launch on October 14. While four million made the purchasing decision, an additional 25 million customers plugged their Apple devices into iTunes – for wha...



Ditch Your Wireless Provider’s SMS Plan With These Free Texting Apps!
Oct 16th 2011 at 08:50am by Wayne Tempel

It used to be that only teenagers texted, but now almost all of us do. It is a great and convenient way to communicate. All of the carriers have gotten wind of this and decided to raise the price per text. Thankfully, there are alternatives. Here are a few great free apps that you can use to ditch t...



The HTC Android Roundup
Oct 15th 2011 at 03:12pm by Alton Brown

Hey Android lovers! As a fellow Android lover I realize that it sometimes gets hard to choose the right phone, so I will be “rounding up” a few devices worth mentioning to help you out, but be warned!   See Also: The HTC Round Up Scale 2 (News)   My motto is “If it a...



Google's Trojan Horse – An Ice Cream Sandwich?
Oct 14th 2011 at 08:06am by KyleRSharick

Strike up the Scott Joplin because the ice cream man is coming! After all the late talks with lawyers, moments of silence and production testing, Samsung gives the world their first taste of Google Ice Cream Sandwich next week.   See Also: Android. The New App King (Android)   As we re...



Beware Of The Fake Netflix App!
Oct 13th 2011 at 09:30am by Wayne Tempel

Over the past 20 years or so technology has become very advanced and highly intelligent. The only real problem with this is, so have the criminals. Yesterday Computer and mobile security firm Symantec reported on their website of a fake Netflix app on the Android market. They are calling this releas...