How do photos taken by the Samsung Galaxy SIII and iPhone 5 stack up to the Nokia Lumia 920? Windows Phone put them to the test by taking photos with the three phones at the same time. All the photos were taken with default settings under the same lighting conditions without a flash. Show More Summary
Well, it looks like the two rival companies, Google and Microsoft, will be working together after all to bring the public a new YouTube app for Windows Phone which will be in line with Google’s terms of service. The new app should be available sometime next month through the Windows Phone Store and it will [...]
Microsoft's mobile operating system for smartphones, Windows Phone 8, has a unique approach to the traditional smartphone. Instead of showing you rows of static icons like you see on the iPhone, Windows Phones have "Live Tiles" that update with real time information from your apps. Show More Summary
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Microsoft has replaced its good YouTube app with its bad one to keep Google happy.
In this edition of Weekend Reading, we’ve got stories on the unveiling of Xbox One, Microsoft expanding Windows Azure across Asia, new HP Windows 8 PCs coming soon, plus Windows Phone apps for work and play. Xbox One, unveiled. On Tuesday,...Show More Summary
Both Google and Microsoft think it’d be a shame to deny Windows Phone users the glory of Keyboard Cat videos, which is why the two companies have agreed to team up and jointly create a native YouTube app for Microsoft’s mobile platform. Show More Summary
It's all sunshine and lollipops over in Windows Phone land today.
After a public tussle, Microsoft and Google have agreed to jointly build a native YouTube app for Windows Phone 8, which will be released within a few weeks.
Google and Microsoft are working hand-in-hand to produce a new YouTube app for Windows Phone. Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
If you're a Verizon customer that's been considering making the leap to Windows Phone, Nokia's Lumia 928 is the device you've been waiting for.
If you purchase a Windows Phone or BlackBerry 10 smartphone, don’t expect to download the same applications your friends are using on their iPhones and Android devices. A new report from research firm Canalys has found that a majority of the top Android and iOS applications still aren’t available on Windows Phone or BlackBerry 10.... Read More
Windows Phone customers won't be shut out of seeing YouTube videos after all. After tussling over the YouTube app for Windows Phone, Google and Microsoft have settled their differences now that Microsoft has agreed to include ads in the app. The YouTube app, like other major apps on Windows Phone, is actually made by Microsoft. Show More Summary
After a brief spat, Google said Friday it is working with Microsoft to craft a YouTube app for Windows Phone that meets its terms of service. "Microsoft and YouTube are working together to update the new YouTube for Windows Phone app to enable compliance with YouTube’s API terms of service, including enabling ads, in the coming weeks," Google said.
Once a upon a time, Microsoft saw fit to put together a YouTube app for Windows Phone 8 and it was actually pretty great -- it let users download videos straight from the app and there was nary an ad to be found. To absolutely no one's...Show More Summary
We've gotta give it to Microsoft... building a YouTube app for Windows Phone that strips out advertising and allows users to download streaming videos was one hell of a way to get Google's attention about the lack of an official app for the platform -- even if it managed to attract ire at the same time. Show More Summary
Microsoft and YouTube just told us that they're working on an official YouTube app for Windows Phone together. The app will be released in "the coming weeks" (and will have ads). Read more...
Google and Microsoft are finally shaking hands and agreeing to work together over Microsoft's controversial YouTube app for Windows Phone devices. "Microsoft and YouTube are working together to update the new YouTube for Windows Phone app to enable compliance with YouTube’s API terms of service, including enabling ads, in the coming weeks. Show More Summary
Microsoft and Google have apparently put their differences aside and are building a compliant YouTube app together for Windows Phone. The app will serve ads and will be out likely... Keep reading ?