The Day in Tech News (May 19th)
Twitter has finally given its users more control over what information third parties applications are allowed to see and what they are allowed to do.
This has been a long time coming but I'm disappointed that such abilities were ever allowed such as being able to see a users private messages and send messages without permission.
Apple has signed deals with multiple record labels over the licensing of its yet to be released cloud-streaming music service. Unlike Amazon and Google who launched their services with no licenses what so ever which will could lead to some serious lawsuits if they don't watch themselves.
Dell's new Streak Pro tablet is set to run on Android Honeycomb and is set to run on a 1GHz dual core along with many other features.
A new set of rechargeable battery packs/cases have been released by Mophie for the iPhone 4, adding up to 8 hours of 3G talk time for users (which is brilliant!). It also comes in five fashionable colours.