VentureBeat reports that a number of iOS apps including Facebook and Twitter send names, email addresses, and phone numbers of your contacts to their servers--some of them without users' knowledge.
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Will year-end deal help Windows Phone platform gain some ground against the iPhone and Android?
eWeek: RockMelt allows users to port all of their RockMelt Facebook and Twitter feeds desktop to their iPhone.
Brighthand: Apple only added support for running third-party apps in the background last year.
PC Magazin: iPhone,iPod and iPad app downloaded over a million times now.
BGR: Software company brings Photoshop functionality to tablet PCs.
Geek.com: Mobile application promises to make it easier to stay on a diet.
Mobile Burn: Mobile editon of popular social networking site for Apple's smartphone gets events with check-ins and unfriending.
InformationWeek: Although Google's tablet flavor hit the market a month ago, there are still only a few dozen apps available Honeycomb.
Mobile Burn: Developers will now be able release apps that use the in-app billing feature.
The Register: Fee iPhone app willtell you what your local radiation levels are.
Brighthand: Software suite is one of the original and most popular Microsoft-Office compatible packages.
The Register: Google till launch in-application billing for Android next week.
TFTS: YouMail Visual Voicemail available for to Windows Phone 7 via app called MagikMail.
The Register: Apple sues Amazon, asserting the latter is using its "App Store" trademark without proper consent.