By Jaime Rivera | September 10, 2011 12:22 AM
Watch this week’s Windows Phone View as we wrap up all this week’s good and bad inside the world of Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform. In today’s show we go through more details on the HTC Radar and Titan, our coverage on IFA, and Brandon Miniman’s recent editorial of why Windows Phone 7 is winning. We also go deep into the new leaks we found about the Nokia 800 branding for one of their Windows Phone offerings. We talk about our experience with YouTube’s recent support of their HTML5 mobile version on Windows Phone Mango and other software releases. To end the good section, we talk about Microsoft’s recent job posting about a team that’ll be in charge of improving the way Windows Phone detects your location through crowd sourcing.
In the bad section, we go through Microsoft’s recent “locationgate” lawsuit, and how we believe the whole claim doesn’t hold water according to our own inner testing of how Windows Phone 7 shares your location data.
All this and more after the break.