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Virus Shield buyers getting refund and promotional credit from Google

As we recently learned, not all virus scanning apps are created equal. In this case we're talking about the Virus Shield app, which wasn't actually scanning anything. The app had been selling for $3.99 and while it was removed from the Play Store on April 6th, reports from Appbrain show it had been downloaded more than 30,000 times.

Verizon Outs Android-Compatible Intuit GoPayment Credit Card Reader

You know how when you go to those future stores where clerks have credit card scanners on their phones, you don't have to go to a sales desk because there IS NO SALES DESK? Imagine if you had the same sort of situation going on in your store - or better yet, imagine if you had your own mobile business going on and all you had to do to get some cash from someone was to swipe their card along the side of your Android device? That time has come, the hardware is here, and Verizon's got your back. What Verizon has revealed today is no less than the Intuit GoPayment App and Credit Card Reader, a hardware/software combination that'll allow your small business to go mobile instantly.

Equifax offers new mobile app for Android users to monitor credit

One of the things that experts say we all need to be doing to be sure that someone isn’t stealing our identity and buying up all sorts of things using your good credit is to check the credit report. If you haven't been applying for new credit cards or loans and a bunch pop up on your credit report you will know something is wrong. Equifax is one of the largest credit reporting agencies around and it has a new app to help you keep up with your credit score and protect your identity.

Sprint Giving New Epic Buyers $50 Media Hub Credit

If you have been looking for even more reasons to finally pick up the ultra fast and powerful Sprint Epic 4G, now is your chance. Sprint is currently offering up a $50 credit to anyone who purchases the the device between October 31st, 2010 and January 8, 2011.