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    Came across this on Engadget:

    Android and iOS expose your photos to third party apps, promise fixes -- Engadget

    I highly doubt Windows Phone does this, which is yet another great advantage of WP :)
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    wp7 just rocks, and after apollo it's gonna be legen--- wait for it
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    Quote Originally Posted by pikacz View Post
    wp7 just rocks, and after apollo it's gonna be legen--- wait for it
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    Quote Originally Posted by pikacz View Post
    wp7 just rocks, and after apollo it's gonna be legen--- wait for it
    "We already know you're going to say dary--"
    "--DARY! Legendary!"

    Love that show, as you can tell from my sig :D
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    There's been a lot of negative news towards iOS and Android recently, but nothing on Windows Phone. Is Windows Phone's share too small to get hit with bad PR? Or are we looking at the superior OS?

    I want to say with Windows Phone the app will call out that it requires access to the music and video library... Or the camera. So WP may be in the clear.
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    With a .4% market share, it may be the former.

    Although I bet the press would love to expose Microsoft for (more) security breaches...

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