Daniel Rubino

Daniel Rubino is executive editor of Windows Central. He has been covering Microsoft since 2009 back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Surface, HoloLens, Xbox, and future computing visions. Follow him on Twitter: @daniel_rubino.

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Twitter modifies OAuth breaking new account authorization for Windows Phone apps

Twitter modifies OAuth breaking new account authorization for Windows Phone apps

Daniel Rubino 25

If you're just picking up a new Windows Phone, re-installing your favorite Twitter app or trying out a new one today (and for the next few days), you may have some problems logging in. As happens from time to time, Twitter has changed their OAuth decompression method sometime last night and numerous 3rd party Twitter clients are affected. We're told by Scott Peterson, developer of the...

Get your app advertised in UK by Nokia and Microsoft in their Appvertising contest

Get your app advertised in UK by Nokia and Microsoft in their Appvertising contest

Seth Brodeur 3

Microsoft and Nokia are looking for new Windows Phone 7.5 apps to showcase in their next UK advertising campaign.  They have kicked off a new competition in which developers can submit their apps for consideration, and if chosen, get them displayed across the UK.  Those selected will appear in banner ads, the Windows Phone Marketplace, press materials, events and social media outlets....

Netflix updated and now supports UK, Ireland and 47 countries in Latin America

Netflix updated and now supports UK, Ireland and 47 countries in Latin America

Rich Edmonds 28

Netflix, the popular movie streaming service, has updated their Windows Phone app to version 2.0. Using the app subscribers will be able to stream movies and TV programmes to the big screen and now their Windows Phone while on the go. In this update UK and Ireland, as well as 47 countries in Latin America, are now supported, which is a huge plus for those who patiently awaited access on...