Microsoft: Google Is Undermining Our Phone!

Microsoft had no choice but to admit that their new Windows Phone 8 isn’t working as well as other smart phone platforms on some of the most popular internet sites however they are not taking the blame lying down, because its Google’s fault! A good example of this claim would be Google’s YouTube. Google continues to deny Windows Phone user to have the same app type access to the popular video hosting site as both Android and Apple enjoy today. And with the YouTube app being among the most popular downloads in 2012, it starts to add some stock to Microsoft’s claim of foul play. Read the full story here.



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