Services Marketing Manager, Bill Perry from Forum Nokia discusses the future of Qt developers and how they will still play important part despite Nokia’s future plans. He also states that the transition to Windows Phone development will be made as easy as possible, with the right development tools. Find out more about the finer details, the future for developers and the reasons for the decisions made in the video after the break.
Feb 17 2011
Feb 17 2011
During Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona, Nokia EVP of Services Tero Ojanpera sat down with Marco Argenti, VP of Content and Consumer Engagement, to discuss the potential for content, apps, navigation and scale of the partnership with Microsoft can have for consumers, operators and partners. Hit the jump for the full video.
Feb 13 2011
The Windows Phone Marketplace is Microsoft’s mobile phone app store, and will eventually become the new application store for Nokia users. Following the recent partnership announcement from Nokia and Microsoft, the Ovi Store, along with the rest of the Ovi services, are set to receive some major changes, ultimately being replaced or combined with Microsoft’s offerings. So where does the Windows Phone Marketplace currently stand when compared to the rest of the industry? Hit the jump to find out more.
Yesterday I received an email with the news that Nokia has announced that the updated Ovi Chat powered by Yahoo! service has been released. You can now invite your Yahoo! Messenger friends and Ovi Chat friends into your friend list, giving you access to an even larger community for chatting. Hit the jump to find out more.