Windows Phone 8 CalDAV and CardDAV support demoed on video
As we know by now, Microsoft and Google have been in something of a spat. Google announced a while back that it was going to end support for Exchange ActiveSync for Gmail and Google Calendar for free users, because it would rather support open standards like CalDAV and CardDAV than Microsoft's proprietary option. Microsoft promised that it was adding support for the open standards, but needed more time to make it work, and Google extended support until July 31st.
Now, we're finally seeing the CardDAV and CalDAV support demoed on video. The device shown is a Nokia Lumia 925 that's running the newest Windows Phone 8 update labeled GDR 2. Unfortunately, according to the source, CardDAV and CalDAV support only works for Google accounts, and cannot be used for anything else.
There is still time for Microsoft to open up the standards to other services before the update is released this summer, but that could be an annoying limitation if it stays.