Following recent concerns about the use of location-based information on the iPhone - a topic we covered in today's podcast - Apple has published a set of questions and answers about its use of location data.
The company insists it is "not tracking the location of your iPhone" and has never done this.
LG Electronics has announced financial results for the three-month period ending 31st March 2011.
In a statement, the company said "stronger operating profits reflected successful cost-reduction efforts and steady performance in all four business units". It expects to see more growth thanks to its LG Optimus smartphones and its 3D televisions.
Nokia has announced plans to "align its global workforce" in order to deliver on its new strategy, which involves a partnership with Microsoft.
Around 4,000 employees are expected to leave the company by the end of next year, with the majority of reductions in Denmark, Finland and the UK. In addition, about 3,000 employees involved with Symbian will be transferred to Accenture.
In this week's edition of The Fonecast we're talking about privacy on iPhones, Nokia's smartphone plans, phoning via Facebook, legal battles and complaints to Ofcom.
We also prepare for our forthcoming 250th podcast by turning the clock back to 2007, when we discussed the 'cashback crisis' that had hit a number of mobile retailers.
This week's news stories include claims of spying iPhones, Nokia's plans, Facebook chat, Sony's tablets, Ofcom complaints, legal action and Charlie Sheen. We also look back at the 'cashback crisis' of 2007.