Microsoft and Nokia have made it clear that their partnership extends beyond the operating system that is bundled into a device. And with the launch of Windows Phone 8, that will be apparent, according to a new report.
WP Central is reporting today that Microsoft will replace Bing Maps with Nokia Maps in Windows Phone 8. With Nokia Maps' help, the platform will deliver 3D navigation and hardware acceleration. More importantly, according to WP Central, Nokia Maps will be available on Windows Phone-based devices, and not just those from Nokia.
There have been reports in the past of Nokia branding … Read more