I think I know the answer to this via a little research but I'll ask anyways:
My girlfriend has an HTC 8S which is a great budget smartphone. Really. However since she got it, the "Other" content is taking up more and more space, which is an issue when you only have 4gb onboard memory
A quick google seems to show that this is app data and cache, and Windows Phone 8 currently has no way to manage the cache, besides maybe a few third party apps.
Anyone have a good solid solution? Shame such a...
Can Xbox Smartglass start playing music, movies, or pictures on the Xbox 360 from a upnp network server?
Also, can you start playing music in the background without interrupting a game?
Certain Windows Phones have the ability to have a microSD card slot built in to it or even have it hidden inside its chassis. I would like to know if this card would be even transferable to the new Windows Phone 8 devices or are these microSD cards pretty much forever stuck with those devices they were installed into?
I know that there are ways to resurrect those cards by reformatting them with a Nokia N8 device but I'd like to know if Microsoft is doing anything about this phenomena.
have there been any other services by Microsoft or 3rd parties that would be integrated to the system? Like having Skype or Twitter be used in the Messaging hub? Or video calls, using Skype or even MSN video chat be part of phone hub? it would also be nice to see other messenger provider built in that having to use so many apps.