New version of Bing for Windows Mobile released

It looks like Microsoft has quietly released an updated version of the Bing application for Windows Mobile earlier this moth. There’s no change log but looking at the version numbers it obviously looks like this newer version only fixes some bugs found in the previous one (5.1.2010.5040 to 5.1.2010.6280). I can confirm that the bug I encountered with my HTC HD2 is finally fixed and the turn-by-turn voice navigation feature is now fully functional.

Source: Microsoft via WMExperts

New amazing Nokia N8 sample images


I guess that Nokia isn’t really loving all the praises the iPhone 4 is getting for its ability to take really good pictures compared to other handsets so the Finnish company has decided to set the record straight today with some crazy sample pictures shot with the upcoming Nokia N8 smartphone. All the sots are supposedly untouched and come directly from the phone. There’s isn’t much to say here, I’ll let you be the judge…hit up the source link to check a few more of them in full uncompressed quality.

Source: Nokia

Renault Rent Windows Phone 7 application and prototyping applications with Sketchflow

The french team at Tequilarapido has just posted a nice article detailing the use of Microsoft’s Sketchflow (part of Experssion Studio 4) to prototype the development of a Windows Phone 7 application. The project being worked on is a vehicle renting (Renault cars) application which gives the user the ability to select the car model, the number of days, location etc…check out the quick Sketchflow video showcase followed by a short demo of the actual Renault Rent WP7 application after the break:

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