The Microsoft-Google dance over Google calendar and contact syncing for Windows Phone users just got a little more complicated.

Microsoft is in the midst of rolling out its General Distribution Release 2 (GDR2) update to its Windows Phone 8 operating system. One of the promised features in that release is support for Google's CalDAV and CardDAV protocols for syncing Google contacts and calendars.

Seemingly because not all Windows Phone 8 users have received the GDR2 update yet, Microsoft and Google have come to an agreement that will provide air cover for those who need to continue to sync their Google calendars and contacts
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