In the escalating war between Google and Microsoft, the only losers are users. That held true especially yesterday, when Google flipped the switch in Google Maps for Windows Phone, blocking users from accessing the mapping solution. While Google Maps had worked in Internet Explorer previously, Google had claimed that the maps were "never functioning" in the first place due to Internet Explorer's lack of WebKit. That's an obvious falsehood, however, as Windows Phone users have been able to use the maps previously (although the experience was subpar compared to Microsoft's native offerings). Windows Phone users who have redirected themselves to maps.google.co.uk have evidence that the "not functioning statement is untrue, which begs the question: where's the line between healthy competition and being outright anti-competitive? Don't worry about asking Google or Microsoft, however: they're still fighting the war.